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Volume one of Greenwood’s engrossing history of the Hanoverian queens of England examines the life of Sophia Dorothea (wife of George I) and Caroline (wife of George II). Fascinating behind-the-scenes portraits of their early life, marriage, court life, and domestic life—let alone Sophia Dorothea’s captivity and Caroline’s enemies—make this an intriguing volume.
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About the Author
Alice Drayton Greenwood was a historian who wrote a number of books, including Empire and Papacy in the Middle Ages (1892); Edward II to Richard III (1902); Horace Walpole’s World (1913), A Sketch of Whig Society Under George III (1913); and A History of the People of England.