Lady's Maid

Lady's Maid

Book - 2005
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"London 1844, and a shy young woman has arrived to take up a new position in the grandeur of No. 50, Wimpole Street. Subtly and compellingly, Lady's Maid gives voice to Elizabeth Wilson's untold story, her complex relationship with her mistress, Elizabeth Barrett, and her dramatic role in the most famous elopement in history.
Publisher: London : Vintage Books, 2005.
ISBN: 9780099478485
Branch Call Number: FOR
Characteristics: 536 p.


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Jul 13, 2016

3 out of 10. I appreciate a well researched book. I also appreciate a well edited book. This was an over researched, under edited slog. At least 50 pages could have been edited out. I don't know much about Elizabeth Barrett and after reading this, I don't want to know anything. She was written as a rich, spoiled, self obsessed, cold bitch. Sorry for the language, but that's the word that fits.

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