Jennie: the Life of Lady Randolph Churchill: The romantic years, 1854-1895

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Prentice-Hall, 1969 - Biography & Autobiography
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She was the mother of Winston Churchill, but also a provocative and desirable woman. From her Brooklyn roots to the very heights of British society and power, Jennie was the guiding force behind her husband, Lord Randolph, shaping him into one of the most important men in the British Empire.

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User Review  - fiadhiglas - LibraryThing

This book would've benefited by being more about Jennie, and less about her father, her husbands, and her sons, and famous men who lived at the same time. And less mention of her beauty, which seemed ... Read full review

Review: Jennie: The Life of Lady Randolph Churchill, Vol 2

User Review  - Kathleen Lehmer - Goodreads

Biography of first half of life - until her husband dies of VD. Would like to read part 2 where I believe she does more for her favorite, Winston Churchill. She is an independent woman who entertains many friends, including male friends... Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
339
BIBLIOGRAPHY
380
INDEX
396
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