Mrs Jordan's profession: the actress and the prince

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Knopf, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 414 pages
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Mrs. Jordan's profession: the actress and the prince

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Tomalin presents a sympathetically and painstaking docubiography of Dora Jordan (1761-1816), one of the most acclaimed British comic and comi-tragedy actresses of her day, rivaled in abilty only by ... Read full review

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Someone needs to make a movie about this remarkable British actress. In her prime she was as popular as any rock star is today. She had lots of children, so we're grateful the term baby bump hadn't yet been foisted on the world. Read full review


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