Although always stubborn and sometimes difficult to control

Although always stubborn and sometimes difficult to control...

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Although always stubborn and sometimes difficult to control, Elizabeth showed signs of  remarkable intelligence from a very young age. Her governess, a relative of Ann Boleyn,  was constantly put on her guard by the young Elizabeth's disconcerting knowledge of  court politics. At twelve, Elizabeth somehow upset Henry, who banished her from his  presence. This event induced the repentant princess to become more loyal to her father.  After Edward's mother died, Elizabeth and the Crown Prince, half-siblings, became the  best of friends. Everyone noticed how much the two looked alike. Elizabeth's friendship  with Edward made her important in the court, and Elizabeth, previously neglected as a  second daughter, now became something of a rising star. Henry died when Elizabeth  was 14 years old. This put her ten-year-old brother Edward, now Edward VI, on the throne. As one of 
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course HIST 2320 taught by Professor Siegenthaler during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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