Stanley Weintraub and his wife Rodelle Weintraub among their books. Victoria: An Intimate Biography. New York: Dutton, 1987. Simon and Schuster, Stanley Weintraub Official Publisher Page.
Stanley Weintraub and his wife Rodelle Weintraub among their books. 1929-04-17)April 17, 1929 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, . The Gale Literary Database: Contemporary Authors Online.
Victoria an intimate biography Paperback – October 1, 1992. by. Stanley Weintraub (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This 1987 biography of Queen Victoria was read even though I read the very excellent biography of her by Elizabeth Longford and remembered it well-but that was read clear back on 18 Aug 1966, and I also remembered well how much I enjoyed Stanley Weintraub's excellent A Stillness Heard Round the World (read 24 Nov 1985) and his The. London Yankees (read 29 Apr 1994 and his Long Day's Journey Into War (read 23 Nov 2001). This book on Victoria did not disappoint.
Victoria An Intimate Biography book.
Victoria: An Intimate Biography. After seeing The Young Victoria on a plane, I decided I wanted to read a biography. Stanley Weintraub. 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. The book was too long and too confusing for someone who doesn't know all the details of how the government was run in 19th century England. Plus, I found Victoria to be somewhat annoying.
Victoria : an intimate biography. Victoria : an intimate biography. Weintraub, Stanley, 1929-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The queen who gave her name to an era. By Thriftbooks. com User, October 30, 2003. The term "An Intimate Biography" which is the subtitle of this work by Stanley Weintraub is very accurate. This is the bio of Queen Victoria at home.
Victoria, An Intimate Biography written by Stanley Weintraub. Victoria was born in 1819 and at the age of 18, became Queen of England in 1837. This biography gives us a closer examination of the private Victoria. Her relationships with the key men in her life: her prime ministers, principally Melbourne, Disraeli and Gladstone, the last of whom she detested; her husband Prince Albert, whose premature death sent her into decades of semi-seclusion; and her Scottish gillie, Brown, a sort of licensed entertainer and comforter.
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This biography of Victoria highlights the many dramas of her life.