Royal Romances explores the reception of the royal family during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and its representation in fiction, poetry, and the popular press. Samuelian finds that popular response to the royal family has reflected the public's belief in their right of access to the private life of royalty, and in their license to understand and interpret it through representation.Theone anthologized in the ScotsMusical Museum in 1803 begins aOwhereand Owhere does your highland laddiedwell; /Hedwells in merry ... My thanksto Clare Simmonsfor pointing out the transmogrification of references in these prints, from laddie/soldier to sailor tocourier. 17. ... The entire costof Williama#39;s coronation wasjust over 30, 000 pounds 71), while George IVa#39;s cost over three times as much .
|Author||:||Kristin Flieger Samuelian|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-11-15|