Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles / The Queen of Scots

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[1935]: Viking Press, New York

Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xvi/366p. Illustrated

  • 1st edition 1935
  • 2nd edition 1935
  • 3rd edition 1935


[1935]: Cassell and Company, London

The Queen of Scots. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xvi/368p. Illustrated

  • 1st edition 1935
  • 2nd edition 1935
  • 3rd edition 1935
  • 4th edition 1936
  • 5th edition 1941


[1937]: Garden City Publishing Company, New York

Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xvi/366p. Illustrated [Star Books]


[1941]: Cassell and Company, London

The Queen of Scots. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xvii/468p. Illustrated [Hallam Edition]

  • 1st Hallam edition 1941
  • 2nd Hallam edition 1950
  • 3rd Hallam edition 1962


[1962]: Lancer Books, New York

Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xvi/366p. Illustrated


[1987]: Cassell and Company, London.

The Queen of Scots. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xvi/368p. Illustrated [Cassell Biographies]


[2010]: Ishi Press, International, Bronx, NY

Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. New forward by Sam Sloan. xvi/366p. Illustrated. This is a pirated photocopied version of the original edition published by The Viking Press, New York, 1935

Contents

[1].
Portrait of Mary Stuart at Age 17, p. (iv)
[2].
Foreword [Stefan Zweig], pp. (v)-viii
[3].
Contents, pp. ix-xi
[4].
Illustrations, pp. xi-xii
[5].
Chief Persons of the Drama, pp. xiii-xvi
[6].
Mary Queen of Scotland and the Isles, pp. (1)-361
[7].
Index, pp. 363-366


[2011]: Pushkin Press, London

Mary Stuart. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. 446/(1)p. Frontispiece: Photograph of Stefan Zweig


Film: Mary Queen of Scots [August 2013]

Venue: Locarno Film Festival, Switzerland. Production companies: Okofilm Productions et al. Screenwriters: Thomas Imbach, Andrea Staka, and Eduard Habsburg. Directed by Thomas Imbach. Cast: Camille Rutherford, Mahdi Dehbi, Sean Biggerstaff et al. Direcor of photography: Rainer Klausmann. Music by Sofia Gubaidulina. Costume designer: Rudolf Jost. Editor: Tom La Belle. 120 minutes.

Reviews:

[1].
Adams, Mark. "Mary Queen of Scots" in ScreenDaily [London/Los Angeles], 16 August 2013
[2].
Alberge, Dalya. "Mary, Queen of Scots captures the fascination of film-makers" in The Guardian / The Observer [London/New York], 17 August 2013
[3].
Van Hoeij, Boyd. "Mary Queen of Scots: Locarno Review" in The Hollywoord Reporter [Hollywood, CA], 18 August 2013
[4].
Weissberg, Jay. "Locarno Film Review: 'Mary Queen of Scots'" in Variety [London/New York et al.], 16 August 2013


See also: Maria Stuart

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