Children of the Great Country Houses



The Lives Of The Children Who Lived In Britain S Great Country Houses During The 19th Century Were A Mixed Scenario, Including Dysfunctional And Remote Families As Well As Close And Loving Ones Drawing On Diaries, Letters, Memoirs, And Photo Albums, Adeline Hartcup Tells Of Nannies, Tutors, And Governesses, Treats And Punishments, And Of Ideas About God, Death, And Sex She Provides Close Up Portraits Of Five Of The Great Families Howards, Cecils, Russells, Lyttletons, And Gladstones But Also Looks Beyond The Park Gates, To The Children Who Did Not Inherit The Privileges That Wealth And Status Conferred.Children of the Great Country Houses

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  • Paperback
  • 184 pages
  • Children of the Great Country Houses
  • Adeline Hartcup
  • English
  • 17 November 2018
  • 9780707803265

14 thoughts on “Children of the Great Country Houses

  1. says:

    A fun, easy read perfect for reading while breastfeeding Hartcup goes back and looks at biographies and letters to describe the 19th century upbringing of several very fortunate British children It lacks any real depth, but offers a lot of breath I ve always liked kids better than grownups, being terribly immature myself, and it s always annoyed me that historic house tours never show the nursery That s the only bit I ve ever been interested in This book almost makes up for that There s totally...

  2. says:

    I wanted to enjoy this than I did, but the writing was a bit dense, the chapters a bit too rigidly set out, and there was not a real narrative sense to the book There is a lot of information but at times it feels like a reeling off of big country h...

  3. says:

    I had a good time delving into the childhoods of the wealthy English households of the 1800s early 1900s The child s view of the massive family home, the requirements set down by a father, a mother, or a nanny Education, food they ate, clothes they were dresse...

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