Well, my bibliography is finally here, and as I seem unable to hyperlink at this moment, you’re going to have to deal with the big ones.

First up is the novel I read on the library trip, http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1544257.Christina_Queen_of_Sweden

Christina, Queen of Sweden: The restless life of a European Eccentric, by Veronica Buckley was an excellent book which delved, into detail, the facts of Christina’s full life and the significance of her actions. It’s full of  information  and goes into details into her family’s backstory and what happened after her death.

Kristina, The Girl King, by Carolyn Meyer, which I feel obligated to add because that’s the book that got me onto the idea of doing Christina as an eminent person. Written in the form of a diary, it tells the story of Christina’s teenage years from a first-person point of view.

The next is my favourite website during my studies: http://madmonarchist.blogspot.ca/2011/05/monarch-profile-queen-christina-of.html, also known as the Mad Monarchist, which gives a concise but informative summary of Christina’s entier life. A bit hard to read at first but engaging nonetheless.

The rest of my informaion was pieced together from random sites that I used for no maore then once sentence or two, and would take far to long to find an document.