Queen Victoria: A Portrait
Who was the person behind the legends and the myths that have always surrounded Queen Victoria? To answer that question--and to create his full-scale portrait--Giles St. Aubyn has concentrated on her relationships with her family, her ministers, and even her servants. What emerges is a fascinating picture of an honest and courageous woman.
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