Victoria: an intimate biography

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Dutton, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 700 pages
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A major biography of Queen Victoria--the first complete life of her in over twenty years--and the first to be written by an American. Illustrated.

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This 1987 biography of Queen Victoria was read even though I read the very excellent biography of her by Elizabeth Longford and emembered it well--but that was reas clear back on 18 Aug 1966, and I ... Read full review

Victoria: an intimate biography

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It has been more than 20 years since Elizabeth Longford's graceful Queen Victoria: born to succeed (1964). Weintraub makes use of various new tidbits that have come to light in this engaging account ... Read full review

Contents

Jubilee 1887
1
Alexandrine Victoria 18171820
25
Gilded Cage 18201830
49
Royal Pawn 18301837
68
Vngwi Queen 18371840
97
Royal Husband 18401843
135
Dual Monarchy 18441848
169
77z? SpfencKf Mwey 18481853
199
A Brown Study 18631883
372
Faery Queen 18721880
400
The Peoples William 18801886
445
Quarreling with Time 18861890
480
Receding Figure 18911894
517
Metamorphosis 18941897
550
A Queen at War 18971900
590
Mourning for Victoria 19001901
625

The Woman Warrior 18531858
229
Albert the Good 18581861
263
Victorian Mourning 18611866
302
Victoria Adrift 18661872
336
sources
644
acknowledgments
671
INDEX
673
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About the author (1987)

Stanley Weintraub is Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Arts & Humanities at Pennsylvania State University. He has written acclaimed works of military history on World Wars I & II. He lives in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania.

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