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Karen Harper - Author

Karen Harper is a former English teacher who taught literature and composition at Ohio State University, as well as at high school level. She has had a life-long interest in both the literature and the history of the Elizabethan period. As part of her classes she encouraged her students to put on an Elizabethan Festival each year which included performing Shakespeare, learning court dances, jousting, and always culminating in a (mock) beheading.

If you like Karen Harper you might also like to read books by Nancy Bilyeau, Michelle Moran and Suzannah Dunn.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Karen Harper

The Queen's Governess by Karen Harper
The Queen's Governess
Karen Harper
Perfect for fans of Tudor history and interesting as Karen Harper always has a focus on the roles of women of the time. Her books have been described by Publishers Weekly as 'enjoyable proto-feminist historical romps'
Format: Paperback - Released: 04/08/2011

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