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Mrs Jordan's Profession The Stoey of a Great Actress and a Future King

Tomalin Claire

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ISBN 10: 0670841595 / ISBN 13: 9780670841592
Verlag: Viking, London, 1994
Gebraucht Zustand: Very Good Hardcover
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Viking 1994; Mrs Jordan an actress who lived with the future King William IV and bore him 10 children. Illustrated, owners dedication, good to very good in dust jacket. ; B&W Illustrations and Colour; 414 pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 265

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Titel: Mrs Jordan's Profession The Stoey of a Great...

Verlag: Viking, London

Erscheinungsdatum: 1994

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand:Very Good

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good

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This book looks at 19th-century British actresses, from the regency period to the outbreak of World War I. The book's underlying theme is the extraordinary way in which actresses formed a separate social caste, existing alongside, but differing hugely, from the general run of women in their economic independence, geographical and social mobility, professional status and sexual freedom.


'This is a riveting biography...[It] conjures up a rich, alluring period which, in its brittle decadence and love of scandal and flamboyance, often seems closer than the nineteenth century to our own times...the wit and razzle-dazzle of Drury Lane...the cat's cradle of partner swapping among the Sheridans, the Royals and Dora recalls Cosi fan tutte...It is the most haunting biography I have read this year.' -- Jackie Wullschlager, Financial Times 'A brilliant book, even better, if possible, than the author's previous study of Dickens's mistress, The Invisible Woman.' -- Antonia Fraser, Literary Review 'Compelling...beautifully constructed... exceptionally well-written and informed by a vivid sense of the past.' -- John Gross, Sunday Telegraph 'An admirable biography...It is hard to find a fault in her performance. It is one her subject would have esteemed for its technique, brio and human warmth.' -- Pat Rogers, Times Literary Supplement

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