PRINCE OF PLEASURE: The Prince of Wales and the Making of the Regency
George IV, the politically ambitious son of George III, was marked throughout his life by financial ruin and domestic entanglements. Known for this scandalous lifestyle, he was also a man of high intelligence, with a great appreciation for art and literature. In this riveting account the author paints a detailed portrait of the Regency period. Illus.
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