Your question is still a little vague. What do you mean exactly by "faction"? The term is not often used by historians when describing the Tudor era, so I want to be sure anyone wanting to answer your question understands exactly what you mean. Do you mean political groups opposing each other? Religious groups? Nobles versus gentry? Please clarify your question.
An historian who's particularly keen on the notion of faction permeate the entire court and its political entity is E.W. Ives, whose best known book is 'The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn.' For those who are studying the notion of faction, whatever its precise clarifciation, that book cannot be missed!
some really great books that have been written about Henry VIII are 'The Six Wives of Henry VIII' (I don't remember the author of this one) and 'The Autobiography of Henry VIII' by Margarete George
A *must read* Vercors.. Anna Boleyn> 40 entscheidene Monate in Englands Geschichte<
Faction In Tudor England E.W IvesReform And Reformation - G.R EltonI am also writing an Essay on Faction in Henry VIII's Reign and would be grateful of any spare info or your finished document please . stim90hotmail.com
just finshed a personal study on the same topic...G.R. Elton "Reform and Reformation"G.r Elton "England UNder The Tudors"E.W Ives "Faction In Tudor England"J.J. Scarisbrick "Henry VIII"A.G Dickens "The English Reformation"hope this helps.
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