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Inheritance : a psychological history of the royal family
Inheritance : a psychological history of the royal family
Friedman, Dennis2014
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On its first publication in the nineties, Dennis Friedman's Inheritance caused a furore as he traced the (many) problems of the Royal family as it was then back to Queen Victoria's nursery, unveiling a host of psychodramas played out against a privileged background of English palaces and Scottish castles. As the royal line is followed down the generations no direct descendent is overlooked, no issue is sidestepped and in exploring Royal dynamics, Inheritance sheds light on problems found in any family.
Edition:
Revised and enlarged edition.
Imprint:
London : Peter Owen, 2014.
Collation:
254 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm.
Notes:
First published: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1993.Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
1.Queen Victoria and Prince Albert -- 2.Edward, Prince of Wales: His Childhood and Adolescence -- 3.King Edward and Queen Alexandra -- 4.Prince George and His Brother the Duke of Clarence -- 5.King George V, Queen Mary and Their Children -- 6.King Edward VIII -- 7.King George VI and Elizabeth Bowes--Lyon -- 8.Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip -- 9.Princess Margaret -- 10.Prince Charles -- 11.Princess Diana -- 12.Princess Anne -- 13.Prince Andrew, His Duchess and Prince Edward -- 14.The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall -- 15.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge -- 16.His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.
ISBN:
97807206159449780720618341
Dewey class:
941.080922
Language:
English
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