These pages accompany your reading of 'Queen Victoria and the Men who Loved Her' by Robert Stephen Parry.
The MENU above (and at the foot of each page) will take you to portraits of each of the significant men in Victoria's life as princess and queen. Set amid the strict moral principles of Victorian England it is a fascinating story of intrigue, speculation and romance. In her time, her admirers included notable courtiers, royal visitors and prominent servants.
"We are in England, sometime during the early part of the 20th century. A chance encounter with a group of unusual and talented people on a train journey reveals an insight into the life and times of Queen Victoria, one of the world’s most influential and controversial monarchs.
From manipulated childhood, to passionate marriage, to unrelenting widowhood and ultimately independence, follow her story and discover the men in her life and what they meant to her. And she to them.
A remarkable journey through an era of breathtaking invention and social change, in which the life of Victoria as princess and queen is explored through a number of short biographical sketches and fictional vignettes. A place were history merges with fantasy; fact with fiction, and knowledge with adventure."
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