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Beloved Emma: The Life Of Emma, Lady Hamilton

£4.99

Product description

Emma Hamilton was a legendary beauty who ranks with Helen of Troy and Nell Gwynne in the public imagination. Beloved Emma traces her life from her birth as the daughter of a blacksmith, through her glittering success in Neapolitan society as the wife of Sir William Hamilton, and her famous romance with Lord Nelson, to her death as a pauper in Calais. Flora Fraser captures the charm and vivacity of this unusual woman. Her use of contemporary sources and anecdotes brings the period vividly to life.

This paperback edition was published in 1999. It is in a good used condition overall. The back cover has a few marks and scuffs and the page block is yellowing slightly. There are two sets of beautiful black and white plates.

Item details

Author(s):
Flora Fraser
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21.5cmx13.5cmx3.5cm
Edition:
1999
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0333783204
ISBN-13:
9780333783207
Number of pages:
410
Publisher:
Papermac
Title:
Beloved Emma: The Life Of Emma, Lady Hamilton

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Emma Hamilton was a legendary beauty who ranks with Helen of Troy and Nell Gwynne in the public imagination. Beloved Emma traces her life from her birth as the daughter of a blacksmith, through her glittering success in Neapolitan society as the wife of Sir William Hamilton, and her famous romance with Lord Nelson, to her death as a pauper in Calais. Flora Fraser captures the charm and vivacity of this unusual woman. Her use of contemporary sources and anecdotes brings the period vividly to life.

This paperback edition was published in 1999. It is in a good used condition overall. The back cover has a few marks and scuffs and the page block is yellowing slightly. There are two sets of beautiful black and white plates.

Author(s):
Flora Fraser
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
21.5cmx13.5cmx3.5cm
Edition:
1999
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0333783204
ISBN-13:
9780333783207
Number of pages:
410
Publisher:
Papermac
Title:
Beloved Emma: The Life Of Emma, Lady Hamilton

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