The sources I used to create my short story, Fourth Time’s A Charm, were essential for all aspects of its development. My story concerns the awkward first meeting of King Henry VIII and his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves. As with all historical fiction stories, striving for period appropriate details and accurate representations of historical events was crucial. The resources that I was able to access through the UNLV University Libraries not only assisted me throughout my project by streamlining the research process, but proved indispensable for obtaining various primary sources that I may not have been unable to access otherwise. By compiling and utilizing sources that I discovered with the assistance of the UNLV University Libraries, I believe that I was able to conceive a story that is both entertaining and reasonably accurate.
Historical fiction; Short story; King Henry VIII; Anne of Cleves
Creative Writing | European History | Fiction | Women's History | Women's Studies
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