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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Review: Our Tempestuous Day: History Of Regency England

User Review  - Kathy Cowley - Goodreads

This history of Regency England (1810-1820) is readable and accessible for the non-historian, framing larger movements of the era in engaging human anecdotes. Most of my exposure to Regency England ... Read full review

Review: Our Tempestuous Day: History Of Regency England

User Review  - Melora - Goodreads

I read this for a class, and I think it was excellent. Nonfiction isn't really my usual go to, but this book tells a story per chapter about the conditions of the Regency. The author ranges from the ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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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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