New Haven : Yale University Press, 1985, c1984.
LibraryThing member MarysGirl
This is a research book (not a popular biography), classified under "text books" at B&N. I found it appropriate for my needs--accessible, well researched and footnoted. The author followed a thematic organization, rather than a chronological organization, and I would have appreciated a timeline or "highlights of" table. However she does provide an extensive genealogy tree, supplemental bibliography, and a discussion of the primary sources.
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