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Published by Heron Books in [London] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Naples (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Naples,
  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Hamilton, Emma, Lady, 1761?-1815.,
  • Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Viscount, 1758-1805 -- Relations with women.,
  • Hamilton, William, Sir, 1730-1803 -- Marriage.,
  • British -- Italy -- Naples -- History -- 18th century.,
  • Ambassadors" spouses -- Great Britain -- Biography.,
  • Mistresses -- Great Britain -- Biography.,
  • Naples (Italy) -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreBiography.
SeriesWomen who made history
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA483.H3 B5
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 194 p.
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4776062M
LC Control Number75455414

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  A blacksmith's daughter, beautiful, high-spirited Emma drifted into poverty after the deaths of Nelson and her husband; she even disavowed her two daughters in an effort to fend off disgrace. In the end, her long struggle for respectability and acceptance is the tragedy of an original who tried to be "her own woman" while remaining financially dependent on her by: 1.   Born Amy Lyon (), Emma is best known as “The Friend of Lord Nelson” (this biography’s subtitle). Based on letters and manuscripts, of which many had only recently come to light, the author details Lady Hamilton’s life story, rising from childhood poverty to become one of the most celebrated women of her : Walter Sichel.   Emma, Lady Hamilton, is best remembered as the mistress of Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson and the muse of English painter George Romney. In The Life of Lady Hamilton, J. T. Herbert Baily traces the life of Lady Hamilton, born in to a blacksmith and christened Amy Lyon, along its startling rise to the upper echelons of English society and power/5(3).   Emma would bring the actresses' requests to Mrs Linley in her private box at the theatre. 'Very frequently, when Mrs Linley was in an ill humour, Emma was sent back with no favourable answer.' Mrs Linley was, in fact, an absolute dragon for a balanced book, and saw no reason why Lady Macbeth's costume should not serve Portia very : Flora Fraser.

  In this richly drawn portrait, Flora Fraser maps the spectacular rise and fall of legendary eighteenth-century beauty Emma, Lady Hamilton--as she came to be called--a woman of abundant affection and overwhelming charm, whose eye for opportunity was rivaled only by her propensity for overindulgence and by: 6. Emma Hamilton is renowned as the real-life heroine of the greatest love story in British history. Now, Amanda Elyot breathes new life into this remarkable woman, in what might have been Emma's /5.   In order to eventually take her place in history as mistress of turn-of-theth-century English war hero Horatio "Hornblower" Nelson, Emma Hamilton must first socially ascend "rung by slippery rung" in Leslie Carroll's bright, meticulously researched novel /5(15). Emma, Lady Hamilton by Hardwick, Mollie and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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