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Queen Victoria: From Her Birth to the Death of the Prince Consort (1972)

by Cecil Woodham-Smith

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Based on letters, journals, and court documents, this is a well-researched life of this monarch from childhood to widowhood.
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Very detailed well written, emotional and exhaustive at times, so many players in the game of rulership, personalities clashing, manipulating, alienating, truly the life of some royals has been a nightmare, yet it is that pain with pleasure thing...after reading this expose biography I became more grateful for my plain o life as a common person. Cheerio! ( )
1 vote pre20cenbooks | Jul 30, 2013 |
Good. Carefully written, with attention to detail. A must for anglophiles. ( )
  nevusmom | Jun 18, 2007 |
With books like this one, the edition is everything - the book's a classic on Victoria, so I already know I want to own it. It becomes a matter of waiting until I see an edition I like - in this case, there were two deciding factors: 1) this copy, while in perfectly good shape, has been lovingly READ many times, which I like, and 2)the cover illustration is by Landseer, a personal favorite of mine. Not deep or scholarly reasons for buying a book, I know, but mine nonetheless. ( )
  myzenart | Oct 30, 2006 |
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By 1819, the year of Queen Victoria's birth, the British Empire was within sight of the heights of power and of wealth from which it was, briefly, to dominate the world.
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