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Elizabeth Lev

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The Tigress of Forlì: Renaissance Italy's Most Courageous and Notorious Countess, Caterina Riario Sforza de Medici (2011)
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review 1: A very intimate look at the life of a Rennaisance woman. She was bound by the laws of men but took feminism to new heights; even by today's standards. She was engaged at age 10 and married at 11; to a man who had little talent and few scruples. She was adored by one Pope for h...
The Tigress of Forli (2000)
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review 1: Fierce is too tame a word for this oman! Caterina -- pregnant and on her own -- staves off the entire College of Cardinals, preventing the election of the next pope, in order to ensure she gets to keep her lands. If you can keep track of the various Italian family alliances and f...
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