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维多利亚女王:帝国女统治者的秘密传记 (上下) 索恩;历史地理类;专著

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[澳]茱莉娅·贝尔德(Julia Baird) 陈鑫   社会科学文献出版社  2019-10 出版
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——她发动中英鸦片战争,加冕印度女皇——她是威廉二世痛恨的外祖母,也将血友病基因传到了罗曼诺夫皇朝——她每日写作2500字,死后却遭受了最大规模的出版审查——她一生生育9个儿女,长期与焦虑抑郁抗争,寻找认同、探寻意义——一个有关爱情与心碎、忠贞与悲伤、力量与坚韧的故事,一部颠覆传统认知的维多利亚女王传记
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