Our tempestuous day: a history of regency England

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Harpercollins, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 302 pages
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The fascinating personalities of Regency England provide the dramatic intrigue of this excellent social history that looks at the dynamic forces of English society in flux. From the acclaimed author of Bloody Mary and Mistress Anne.

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User Review  - KM Weiland - Goodreads

After reading many books about the particulars of life in the Regency, this book was an appreciated overview of the politics and major events that were actually happening during the period. I would ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nikka Rapkin - Goodreads

I enjoyed this about 3 stars worth, but only because I wasn't all that genuinely interested in the topic. If you're into British history or the Regency Period or curious how someone might make certain kinds of cultural history eminently readable to lay audiences, it's probably good for a 5. Read full review


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About the author (1986)

Prize-winning historian and biographer Carolly Erickson reaches an expanding popular audience worldwide while attaining exceptional critical acclaim. Among her books are "The Medieval Vision; Bloody Mary; Great Harry; The First Elizabeth; Mistress Anne; Our Tempestuous Day: A History of Regency England" (nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in biography); "Bonnie Prince Charlie; To the Scaffold: The Life of Marie Antoinette; (Treat Catherine; Her Little Majesty: A Life of Queen Victoria;" and the forthcoming "Season of the Swan: The Life of Josephine." She lives in Hawaii.

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