The Angel and the Cad: Love, Loss and Scandal in Regency England

Roberts, Geraldine

Editorial: Macmillan, 2015
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Sinopsis: A narrative history rich with romance and tragedy, The Angel and the Cad is the story of the high society scandal that gripped Regency England. The day she turned 16, Catherine Tylney Long became the wealthiest heiress in England and the public found their 'angel'. Witty, wealthy and beautiful, Catherine was the most eligible of young ladies and was courted by royalty but, ignoring the warnings of her closest confidantes, she married for love. Her choice of husband was the charming but feckless dandy William Wellesley Pole, nephew of the Duke of Wellington. The pair excited the public's interest on an unprecedented scale with gossip columns reporting every detail of their magnificent home in Wanstead, along with their honeymoon of royal fetes, dinners and parties. But their happiness was short-lived and just a decade later William had frittered away Catherine's inheritance, even selling off her beloved Wanstead House brick by brick, and their marriage ended in a cruel and dramatic divorce and a landmark custody battle. Meticulously researched and rich with dazzling detail, The Angel and the Cad is a gripping and tragic tale of love and drama that twists and turns until the final page

Sinopsis: At the age of sixteen, Catherine Tylney Long became the wealthiest heiress in England, and the public found their 'angel'. Witty, wealthy and beautiful, Catherine was the most eligible of young ladies and was courted by royalty but, ignoring the warnings of her closest confidantes, she married for love. Her choice of husband was the charming but feckless dandy William Wellesley Pole, nephew of the Duke of Wellington. The pair excited the public's interest on an unprecedented scale with gossip columns reporting every detail of their magnificent home in Wanstead, where they hosted glittering royal fetes, dinners and parties. But their happiness was short-lived; just a decade later William had frittered away Catherine's inheritance and the couple were forced to flee into exile. As they travelled across Europe, they became embroiled in a series of scandals that shocked the public and culminated in a landmark court case. Meticulously researched and rich with dazzling detail, The Angel and the Cad is a gripping and tragic tale of love and drama that twists and turns until the final page.

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Título: The Angel and the Cad: Love, Loss and ...
Editorial: Macmillan
Año de publicación: 2015
Encuadernación: Paperback
Condición del libro: Good

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Descripción Macmillan. 1 Paperback(s), 2015. soft. Estado de conservación: New. Already celebrated for her wit and beauty, Catherine Tylney Long became the wealthiest heiress in England on the day she turned 16. This most eligible of young ladies was courted by royalty—including the future King William IV—but ignored the warnings of her closest confidantes to marry the feckless dandy William Wellesley Pole, nephew of the Duke of Wellington, in 1812. The pair excited the public's interest on an unprecedented scale, with gossip columns reporting every detail of their royal fêtes, dinners, and parties, yet within a decade William had frittered away Catherine's inheritance—even selling off her beloved Wanstead House brick by brick—and their marriage ended in a cruel and dramatic divorce, with a landmark custody battle. Historian Geraldine Roberts gives us a gripping and tragic tale of love and drama that twists and turns until the final page."Fascinating. Roberts does an outstanding job of bringing this dark tale to life, and her book truly is a page-turner that surpasses any work of Regency fiction."—BBC History Magazine"Geraldine Roberts gives a compassionate look at two wholly disparate personalities and the wider society in which they span their elegant, and ultimately ruinous, lives."—History Revealed 392. Nº de ref. de la librería 71237

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