Goddess of the Green Room

Goddess of the Green Room Like his brothers William Duke of Clarence has had his share of romance and intrigue And when he falls in love with Dorothy Jordan the comic genius of the Drury Land Theatre gossipmongers are ecst

  • Title: Goddess of the Green Room
  • Author: Jean Plaidy
  • ISBN: 9780709124337
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Like his brothers William, Duke of Clarence, has had his share of romance and intrigue And when he falls in love with Dorothy Jordan, the comic genius of the Drury Land Theatre, gossipmongers are ecstatic, for William is not the only one with a shady past Dorothy s notorious offstage life combined with William s less than decorous behavior will make great copy for the sLike his brothers William, Duke of Clarence, has had his share of romance and intrigue And when he falls in love with Dorothy Jordan, the comic genius of the Drury Land Theatre, gossipmongers are ecstatic, for William is not the only one with a shady past Dorothy s notorious offstage life combined with William s less than decorous behavior will make great copy for the scandal sheets, while their affair lasts But everyone is surprised when what should have been a casual dalliance develops into a twenty year marriage in all but name, complete with ten children.

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    1. Jean Plaidy

      Eleanor Alice Burford, Mrs George Percival Hibbert was a British author of about 200 historical novels, most of them under the pen name Jean Plaidy which had sold 14 million copies by the time of her death She chose to use various names because of the differences in subject matter between her books the best known, apart from Plaidy, are Victoria Holt 56 million and Philippa Carr 3 million Lesser known were the novels Hibbert published under her maiden name Eleanor Burford, or the pseudonyms of Elbur Ford, Kathleen Kellow and Ellalice Tate Many of her readers under one penname never suspected her other identities.

    828 thoughts on “Goddess of the Green Room”

    1. Let me just start by saying that I’ve moved this book way up my list of favourite Plaidys. In fact, right now it stands as number 1.Goddess of The Green Room is about the life of the famous 18th century actress, Dorothy Jordan and her eventual long-lasting relationship to George III’s third son, William.As a very young girl, born and raised in Ireland, Dorothy started out her acting career in order to help support her family. Her father had left the family, and her mother, who was once a wel [...]


    2. This is a fictionalized biography of the actress Dorothy Jordan, best known for her long relationship with George III's son William, Duke of Clarence. Like most of Jean Plaidy's other books, the history is pretty solid and the book flows well. I read her story of Caroline of Brunswick earlier this year, and I could definitely see the connections between that book and this one. They could both absolutely stand alone, though. The Georgian period in England is one that I've been interested in only [...]


    3. The StoryFictional retelling of the life of Dorothy Jordan, Regency actress and mistress of the Duke of Clarence (later William IV)The Good History comes alive and the reading is so smooth and easy that you've reached the end before you know it. This is fictionalized historical biography done the way it should be.Plaidy juggles over a dozen principal characters and succeeds in bringing each one to life. She also gives a good idea of the theatrical world of the late eighteenth and early nineteent [...]


    4. The best (IMO) historical fiction writer of the 20th century presents an account of the life of the famous Mrs Jordan, the long time mistress of the future King William IV, and the mother of his numerous illegitimate children. Life is not all roses when you are a royal mistress In fact, it's quite the opposite.


    5. I was halfway through this story about an Irish actress' life when I realized I didn't read all of the blurb on the book jacket. The dumbfuck who wrote the blurb included the ending, so I didn't feel the desire to read it anymore. Awesome.


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