Queen Victoria, from her birth to the death of the Prince Consort

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Knopf; [distributed by Random House], 1972 - Biography & Autobiography - 486 pages
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The events of Victoria's life are portrayed against the political and social history of Britain and the Empire

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Review: Queen Victoria, From her Birth to the Death of the Prince Consort

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A fine biography, regrettably left uncompleted by the author's death. She offers many insights into Victoria's early life and paints a sympathetic picture of someone who in later life became a monstre sacre of selfishness. Read full review

Review: Queen Victoria, From her Birth to the Death of the Prince Consort

User Review  - Goodreads

A fine biography, regrettably left uncompleted by the author's death. She offers many insights into Victoria's early life and paints a sympathetic picture of someone who in later life became a monstre sacre of selfishness. Read full review

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Chapter Three
63
Chapter Four
109
Chapter Seven
226
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