Harriette Wilson's Memoirs

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Folio Society, 1964 - Courtesans - 378 pages
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Review: Harriette Wilson's Memoirs: The Greatest Courtesan of Her Age

User Review  - DG Rampton - Goodreads

I really enjoyed reading this book for research purposes, however, I would not call it a thrilling page turner. The language of the period is a little laborious and the 'in jokes' are 200 years old ... Read full review

Review: Harriette Wilson's Memoirs: The Greatest Courtesan of Her Age

User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

It's a shame Harriette Wilson wasn't discovered as a writer in her youth. It was only when she became famous as a courtesan and published her memoirs that people seemed to care what she wrote. Wilson ... Read full review

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Harriette Wilson frontispiece
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H Wilson viewing Lord Craven while sailing
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The Duke of Argyle whistling and waiting for H Wilson
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