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Windsor Castle in the History of the Nation

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Hardcover, 254 pages
Published by George Weidenfeld & Nicholson
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Tamara
Jun 16, 2013 Tamara rated it it was ok
In my final semester as an undergraduate History major, I had to take a class called, "Contemporary US History, 1940-present." The professor was an older man, of some stoutness, and with a rather sharp, stern face. He had a sharp, stern personality to match: every class, if he wasn't insulting us by calling us failures, he was berating us for having our parents pay a lot of money for our higher education (the implication there being - the reality that most of us were mired in student debt ...more
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A comprehensive look at the history of Windsor castle.
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Alfred Leslie Rowse, CH FBA, known professionally as A. L. Rowse and to his friends and family as Leslie, was a prolific Cornish historian. He is perhaps best known for his poetry about Cornwall and his work on Elizabethan England. He was also a Shakespearean scholar and biographer. He developed a widespread reputation for irascibility and intellectual arrogance.

One of Rowse's great enthusiasms wa
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