Henrietta Howard: King's Mistress, Queen's Servant
Borman's biography reveals a woman who was far more than the mistress to King George II. She was a dedicated patron of the arts, a lively and talented intellectual, a victim of violence and adultery, and a passionate advocate for the rights of women. Above all she is portrayed as a woman of reason in the Age of Reason.
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