Lucrezia (Italian Edition)
If you want to know about this family, this wonderful book will answer your questions. Lucrezia and Alfonso I's tomb at Corpus Domini. Not the best shot, but I had to be quick : The nun was watching us. Leaving the Dungeon where Giulio d'Este was kept. The author goes into great detail about this event. Just look at how small the door is. Imagine being down there underground, no electricity, rats and etc?
View all 9 comments. Jul 20, MKat rated it it was ok Shelves: non-fiction , history , biography. I'm still very interested in Lucrezia and the Borgias generally, but I just do not like Bradford's style. Very clinical and dry, which is NOT what you want from a biography of a Borgia! This book suffers the most common and worst fate of biographies - the subjects just do not feel li I'm still very interested in Lucrezia and the Borgias generally, but I just do not like Bradford's style. This book suffers the most common and worst fate of biographies - the subjects just do not feel like real people who lived and breathed.
They all feel like vague shadows or monolithic statues of History. Very disappointing. I made it through the majority of this book before the library cut off my renewals. It was that rough going. View 2 comments. Jul 10, Literary Chic rated it really liked it. Great biography of an often vilified woman. In my opinion, she earned some of that revulsion, but she also found a way to thrive in a century very cruel to women. Jan 06, Elizabeth Reuter rated it liked it.
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Unfortunately, Lucrezia Borgia promises a lot it doesn't deliver on. The book is only half about Lucrezia. Bradford branches out to tell the stories of not only those close to her, but those who had barely anything to do with her. This could be excused as a way of teaching readers about Lucrezia's Italy. Except: a Bradford drops so many names that only a historian could keep track of everyone, and b Bradford tell us little of what Lucrezia herself did.
For example, Bradford mentions that Lucrezia Unfortunately, Lucrezia Borgia promises a lot it doesn't deliver on. For example, Bradford mentions that Lucrezia administered Ferrera while her husband was away Instead of building an interesting world in which Lucrezia had a part, Bradford built a world in which Lucrezia faded into the background to be forgotten. The result is confusing and, in parts, dull. As a history fan I found a lot of interesting bits. But anyone picking up this book for Lucrezia might be disappointed. Aug 13, Sara Poole rated it it was amazing.
Long vilified as a murderess, conspirator and partner to incest, Lucrezia Borgia was overdue for a reappraisal by a serious historian able to blast past the stereotypes. Sarah Bradford does exactly that by dint of meticulous research revealing the fascinating if turbulent life of the daughter of Pope Alexander VI. Used by her father to advance his political ambitions, Lucrezia endured an early marriage that was annulled under questionable circumstances, the brutal murder of her second husband, a Long vilified as a murderess, conspirator and partner to incest, Lucrezia Borgia was overdue for a reappraisal by a serious historian able to blast past the stereotypes.
She emerged from all that as a woman of strength and grace, finding a degree of stability and even contentment in a third marriage that made her Duchess of Ferrera. Bradford brings Lucrezia and her world vividly to life, in the process raising provocative questions about the need to re-evaluate the role of women in general throughout history. Oct 04, Madeline rated it it was ok Shelves: history-nonfiction.
Like most historical figures that interest me, I was first introduced to Lucrezia Borgia and her awesome, psychotic family through historic fiction. It was awesome and, as I now know from reading this book, pretty accurate for several reasons: first, lots of sex, which to a fifteen-year-old is a great recommendation in itself; second, it was full of poisonings, backstabbin Like most historical figures that interest me, I was first introduced to Lucrezia Borgia and her awesome, psychotic family through historic fiction.
It was awesome and, as I now know from reading this book, pretty accurate for several reasons: first, lots of sex, which to a fifteen-year-old is a great recommendation in itself; second, it was full of poisonings, backstabbing both figurative and literal I recall that Sancha carried a dagger in her gown and used it several times , political intrigue, and general skullduggery. Also the author decided that, yes, the rumors were true and Lucrezia was sleeping with both her father and her brother Cesare, so there was that additional bit of escandalo.
It was an awesome read, is what I'm saying, and when I saw this in a bookstore I decided to buy it on a whim and find out more about the real Lucrezia Borgia.
The first half, when her father is Pope and is gaining power and then at the height of it , is fascinating. There are murders, wars, scheming, teenage mistresses, bastard children, and other classic Renaissance-style fun and syphilis. What I learned from this segment of the book is that the Borgias' bad historical reputation is well-earned - Alexander basically bribed his way into the papacy and, despite being a religious person, had no problem keeping a mistress and being a power-hungry, murderous jackass in order to keep his power; his son Cesare wanted to take over Italy and came pretty damn close; and one of the Borgia children was murdered, probably by his own siblings, and found dead in a river.
The only thing that's missing is the incest, which Bradford adamantly insists did not happen. Just sayin'. In fact, there aren't many claims made in this book at all, which is one reason it loses a star. Bradford isn't really making any specific points with this book, aside from setting out to show us that Lucrezia was a not sleeping with her family members and b not nearly as villainous as she's portrayed, and was actually very intelligent and sympathetic.
Many of the other characters are more interesting that she is, particularly her fascinating and totally evil brother Cesare, who deserves a book of his own I'm sure there are several already, but at times it felt like he was the one Bradford really wanted to be writing about. Sancha also makes a few appearances she's known as Sancia here and the little bits of information that Bradford reveals about her actions are tantalizingly brief. She'll mention offhandedly "Sancia was now Cesare's mistress" and then a few chapters later, "Sancia was no longer with Cesare and was now the mistress of so-and-so" with nothing in between.
This made me want to find a biography of Sancha, because she sounds cool as hell. Equally so is Lucrezia's other sister-in-law, Isabella d'Este the sister of Lucrezia's third husband , who becomes an important character in the second half of the book. Unfortunately, that's where it gets boring.
Once Lucrezia marries Alfonso d'Este and moves away from Rome, she's away from the center of the papal goings-on, which means the reader is too. Then Cesare and Alexander die, and there are no more cool characters doing batshit crazy things. Instead, it's just chapter after chapter of "Then Lucrezia got pregnant again and had another miscarriage.
Then she wrote this letter to this person. Then Alfonso went to war and Lucrezia was in charge of Ferrara, and here's some stuff she did. It doesn't help that Bradford's writing style is so dry and dull already, even when describing poisonings and ruinous affairs, and she makes Lucrezia's later life intolerably boring.
Also Bradford's writing can be very confusing and oddly-structured, as evidenced in this bizarrely-constructed sentence that I had to read three times before I understood what it was trying to say: "That very day, alone in charge at Ferrara since Alfonso was away in camp and Ippolito also, Lucrezia, despite Sanudo's report of panic, kept her head, informing Alfonso of all she was doing to help, including sending a spy to Venice to find out whether the Venetians were arming forces and, if so, of what kind.
There has got to be a better way to phrase all that. View all 4 comments. Jul 13, Dorothy rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. You might ask why someone like me would continue to be a Catholic after reading this book.
Add to this the number of pedophile scandals among the clergy in recent years, and you have a real point. However, incest, pedophilia, and assassination in the name of politics,power,position,and greed is nothing new to the realm of Popedom and the Church. My reason then for remaining a Catholic is based on the basic tenets of the Church and not on the people who run them. One of these is none other than Car You might ask why someone like me would continue to be a Catholic after reading this book.
One of these is none other than Cardinal Rodrigo Borgia who sired the heroine in this historical tale of Lucretia her brother, Cesare, and her half brothers Juan, Giovanni, and Rodrigo. Right from the outset, the reader becomes privy to the insidious ways in which Rodrigo operates in order to rise to the power of the Pope and uses Lucretia and Cesare as pawns to spawn his influence throughout the known world during the 15th century. Our heroine was born in Right from the outset, Rodrigo knew that he had a winner. Bradford describes her as, "She was of middle height and graceful in form.
Her face is rather long and the nose is well cut, hair golden, eyes of no special color Her teeth were brilliantly white, On June 12th, , she was wed to Giovanni Sforza, This union was admittedly based on a vendetta in retaliation to an affront to the Pope made by the King of Aragon in Naples. The marriage was later annulled on the pretext that it had never been consummated.
History proved otherwise. With Giovanni out of the way, Lucretia was then betrothed to 2. Alfonso d'Aragona, but he, too, fell into disfavor and was conveniently done away with by Cesare, Lucretia's arrogant and malevolent brother. Even motherhood did not stop Alexander from moving Lucretia forward on a mission to expand the empire and his influence for by this time she had proven that she was a skillful administrator and a person who could easily gain the love and the loyalty of her people. After the untimely demise of spouse number two, negotiations were readily in place for 3.
Alfonso d'Este the Duke of Ferrara. His fame as a military man was renown. He was particularly adept in the knowledge and use of ammunitions and artillery. This made him valuable to the Pope and to his people in their effort to expand the empire. Lucretia was of such great value to him during his wars away from home, because he knew that he could trust her with governing whilst he was away.
On the other hand, when he was at home conjugal unions were frequent leaving Lucretia with a number of miscarriages and at least five living progeny. Her first born was dutifully named after her father, Rodrigo, the Pope who spawned her. The foregoing is only a glimpse into the intrigue, the debauchery, the politics, and the sexual innuendos that were an integral part of the Borgia's legacy.
If you wish to get down to the nitty gritty details on your own, I dare you to attempt this historical documentary. I,myself, found it to be a rather difficult exercise. Bradford confused this reader by referring to her characters with different names, jumping from one episode in the adventure to another, and repeating various incidents ad infinatum. Believe me if I were not focused, or if I did not go back to check the references, I would have been left in the proverbial dark.
Even at that, I cannot say that I fully understood the full impact of the strategies of war and the political machinations that were used to achieve their goals. This summary is but a brief description of interludes in the Borgia'sstory. One would have to read the book in order to delve further into the each move made on the chessboard of time during the reign of the Borgian dynasty.
Good Luck!! Note: Bradford denies that Lucretia was a pawn in the Pope's power moves. Jun 26, Caroline rated it really liked it Shelves: four-star , womens-history , non-fiction , the-borgias , biography. The great thing about anything by Sarah Bradford is that she adores her subjects, yet can look at them from an objective manner. The bad thing about Sarah Bradford is that she adores her subjects, and thus is meticulously detailed in her work.
If you are not a hardcore fan of whatever she's writing about--in this case the Borgia family--you probably won't like her biographies. Lucrezia Borgia, in particular, is somewhat sparsely documented in some cases; we can't always know for sure where she w The great thing about anything by Sarah Bradford is that she adores her subjects, yet can look at them from an objective manner. Lucrezia Borgia, in particular, is somewhat sparsely documented in some cases; we can't always know for sure where she was here or what she was doing there. Bradford is not going to make any intuitive leaps about Lucrezia.
She is going to research as many sources vaguely connected to the woman as possible, and she is going to tell you about them. As such, many readers are left complaining about this person and that, people who aren't Lucrezia and yet nevertheless are closely tended to. Cesare Borgia--Lucrezia's brother--is often used as a device through which we learn about the biography's subject. Although this book is largely about Lucrezia, you will learn much about her family as well. She is a Borgia, after all. Though the book's apologist tone did irritate me at times, I ultimately came away pleased with "Lucrezia" and happy that one biographer at least seems to respect and admire this remarkable woman.
While some people may find Bradford's meticulous approach to Lucrezia dull, the books reliance on primary sources, mostly correspondence between major players in Lucrezia's life, made for a satisfying listen I listened to it on MP3. The book dodges the villainous reputation that various operas, plays, and histories have apparently given her and instead portrays her as woman caught in a powerful family that used deception and violence to grab land and power.
She isn't portrayed as a victim,eith While some people may find Bradford's meticulous approach to Lucrezia dull, the books reliance on primary sources, mostly correspondence between major players in Lucrezia's life, made for a satisfying listen I listened to it on MP3. She isn't portrayed as a victim,either, but rather a woman who did what she needed to do within the limitations of her circumstances as a Borgia and as an Italian noblewoman in the Renaissance age.
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There's a lot of comprehensive description of Italian Renaissance life for the upper classes, including long lists of items and people that give the reader a rich picture of the world of the Borgia s. Bradford indulges in relatively sober and careful interpretations of what motivated the people of this milieu , but more often she supplies the facts and allows the reader their own interpretations.
Some people find this approach to history tedious and enjoy a more narrative structure to their history, but those who have imagination and enjoy exploring their own interpretations of history will find plenty of material to work with here. I actually have to be honest and say I didn't enjoy reading this at all. I found it to be dull. I felt like we never got to read about Lucrezia and certainly never got to know her.
The book is written in a way that all of the unfamiliar Italian names are confusing. It got to the point where I'd pick it up and not even know what the author was talking about. It took me forever to finish this book and I'd be put off reading anything else from this author. Apr 21, Petra rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction. Sarah Bradford's biography of the notorious yet very much misunderstood Lucrezia Borgia is a good balance between engaging and well-researched writing.
A lot of people still consider Lucrezia Borgia as femme fatale who killed her husbands and enjoyed the power, sex and wealthiness that the Borgia family brought her. Of course we are never going know who she really was but Bradford makes it easy to see the other side of the coin as well. In Bradford's biography Lucrezia is painted as a partly mis Sarah Bradford's biography of the notorious yet very much misunderstood Lucrezia Borgia is a good balance between engaging and well-researched writing.
In Bradford's biography Lucrezia is painted as a partly misunderstood woman who didn't have the choice to make her own future. She was first ruled by her father, the pope, and her power and money hungry brother Cesare, and then later by her three husbands. While I was reading the twists and turns of Lucrezia's life, I learned to pity for her and be glad that I can actually make my own choices and not to be a pawn in someone's game.
Bradford doesn't colour and spice up her life because without the doubt it is still filled with money, sex and power. Still I feel that I have finally learned something new about Lucrezia Borgia after watching the tv shows that colour her life very differently. All in all, brilliant biography which I highly recommend to all the lovers of the renaissance era and powerful women of the past.
Feb 10, Kaitlin rated it it was ok Shelves: history , stars , non-fiction , library , borgia-period , italy. This book was an alright read. The first part felt more like reading the Borgia family history than Lucrezia early life. You get a couple of paragraph here and there about Lucrezia but it basically talk more about her father Cardinal Rodrigo de Borgia aka Pope Alexander VI and her brother Ceasere and her relationship with her brother Ceasere. The second half is more Lucrezia and her life with her third husband Alfonso d'Este and it was interesting to read but the book itself didn't feel like it w This book was an alright read.
The second half is more Lucrezia and her life with her third husband Alfonso d'Este and it was interesting to read but the book itself didn't feel like it was biography on Lucrezia life from the being born in Borgia family to later in life. It read more like snippets of her early life with her father and brothers in Rome but then you get paragraph of Rodrigo and his term as Pope or Ceasere and the power he gained after. It seem the author went into more depth in Lucrezia life when she was Alfonso than when she was younger. Oct 13, Bronwyn marked it as to-read Shelves: audiobook , author-a-i , european , history , title-j-r , read-part-of , bios-autobios , by-women , about-women , do-not-own.
I had issues keeping track of who was who and what was going on. I would like to find a different bio of Lucrezia to try in the future, but at the same time I think it's just the time and place that I'm having issues with This has been sitting on my shelve I want to say more or less than ten years, so I finally decided to actually read it instead of just looking at it.
Although I love the Borgia history and it's one of my top historical topics, this book didn't interest me as much as I thought it would.
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Towards the end of the book, I realized that yes I do like Lucrezia Borgia, but I like learning about the Borgia family as a whole. Reading them individually just doesn't cover what I'm interested about the Borgia This has been sitting on my shelve I want to say more or less than ten years, so I finally decided to actually read it instead of just looking at it. Reading them individually just doesn't cover what I'm interested about the Borgias enough. The other thing I didn't care for with this biography is the writing. Some parts Bradford made interesting enough, but most parts I skimmed read reason I read it quicker then I thought.
Not sure if this is a standard for most biographies I read mostly fiction , but I really didn't like the fact she quote too much. I like it when authors write more in their own words rather than me reading what other people think in a non-fiction work. Overall, I'm glad I read this as well. Not only has it been collecting dust, it also showed a "lighter" side to the Borgias you don't really see. Then again, there dark side is far more interesting if you ask me. Main reason I like them is because they are a family of crime.
Sep 09, Mark Kenneth rated it did not like it. This one was a hard slog and I give up. This book needed a better editor, who should of told Ms. I mean just read here acknowlegment page with out your eyes going cross. I think good history should put things into context and tell a compelling story, give possible insights and illuminate the past.
Also a book on Lucezia Borgia should cast the main character center stage or at least partly, this book failed to do this for me. Can any one suggest another book on Lucrezia Borgia that is factual, coherent and keeps your interest? Nov 20, Heidi rated it did not like it Shelves: non-fiction , history , biography. How can a biography can ruined? By being nothing more than a chronology of events. There was little insight; the author attempted to cleanse Lucrezia of her awful reputation, which is laudable, I suppose. But for God's sake, she could have infused a little passion into her writing!
Sadly, it was boring, boring, boring -- I couldn't finish it. Jun 16, Natalie rated it it was ok Shelves: medieval , , europe , biography-memoir. When I finished this book: Several years ago I was preparing to go to Europe for the first time. I was at Costco one day and I was finishing up my trip with the usual stop at the book table when I saw this book.
With grandiose intentions I thought "Oh Natalie! Wouldn't you be so smart to read all about the European countries you're going to visit. And look! Here is a book about Lucrezia Borgia! I read about 30 pages and that was the end of that. All of my intentions flew out the window and I went to Europe and still had the time of my life with only my high school European History knowledge to guide me.
This year I decided to clear off my to-read list. All those books at the top of the list have been mocking me. Especially the non-fiction and classic books that keep piling up. Not because I don't like reading those books, but because it's so much easier to grab some urban fantasy and lose myself in it. So as part of my new years resolution I set some goals to clear some of those puppies off the list and this book came up. At the beginning of February I began reading this book with enthusiasm.
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Relax in Casa Cairo! Camera doppia e quadrupla. Graziosa casa di fila di campagna in stile marchigiano nell'entroterra fanese Loc. A 6 km dal mare Fano e 25 km da Urbino.
Ristoranti vicini. Per chi cerca relax e viaggia in compagnia o con bimbi. Animali ammessi. L' appartamento si trova: - a mt da farmacia, posta e bar. Intero appartamento sui Colli al Metauro. Il paese nasce sulla vecchia via Flaminia che collega la cittadina di Fano a Roma. Facilmente raggiungibili sono i pittoreschi e storici borghi che sorgono sulle colline della valle del Metauro. L'alloggio si trova in un piccolo paesino in zona residenziale. Casa Raffaello. Vista panoramica sulla Valle del Metauro e sul mare. Cucina americana con zona pranzo e soggiorno, 1 camera con letto matrimoniale e letto singolo, 1 camera con letto matrimoniale, giardino, ampio terrazzo con tavolo, sedie da esterno e sdraie.
La mia casa si compone di tre appartamenti, in uno dei quali vivo. Si possono visitare bellissimi borghi quali Candelara Novilara Cartoceto Mondavio. Fano,Pesaro e Urbino sono a pochi km. La camera ha una grande terrazza con una vista stupenda della colline circostanti e del mare in lontananza. La proprieta' si estende per 3 ettari. In cima alla collina terrazzata si gode di un panorama unico: a destra il Mare, in mezzo stupende colline coltivate e a sinistra l'Appennino in lontananza con il Monte Nerone, Catria e Gola del Furlo.
Nel raggio di 5 km.