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Bringing Them Up Royal: How the Royals Raised Their Children from Henvy VII to the Present Day
September 17, 2019 Comments.. 164
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  • Title: Bringing Them Up Royal: How the Royals Raised Their Children from Henvy VII to the Present Day
  • Author: David Cohen
  • ISBN: 9781849543699
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bringing Them Up Royal: How the Royals Raised Their Children from Henvy VII to the Present Day David Cohen

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    1 Blog on “Bringing Them Up Royal: How the Royals Raised Their Children from Henvy VII to the Present Day

    1. Jane Walker says:

      This book is a gallop through the history of the British monarchy to show how royal children have been brought up It s short and its tone is flippant, so one wonders how much accuracy has been sacrificed to fit the style of the writing.

    2. Dianais says:

      Cu greu am terminat aceasta carte si nu din cauza subiectului care ma atrage foarte mult sau a informatiilor care sunt ok ci pentru ca este tradusa execrabil in limba romana, cu o multime de greseli gramaticale plus neatentii editoriale Pacat.

    3. Sharon Terry says:

      I d have to agree with most of the reviewers this book was a superficial, gossipy, women s magazine style romp through centuries of royal child raising I don t know my history well enough to rate the author s knowledge, but I suspect it s also superficial As for the psychological insights well, most biographers seem to delineate the childhood years of royal figures well enough for us to understand the various pressures they were under without the psychobabble One point did become obvious when yo [...]

    4. Carolyn Cash says:

      I thought the first half was inaccurate and thought describing the relationships between Richard I and Eleanor of Aquitaine, as well as Edward III with his mother Isabella of France as Oedipal was really over the top Some of it read like a gossipy women s magazine interested in sensationalism than facts.In all my research on 17th Century England, I have never read anything about James I threatening to disinherit his son, Prince Henry, or any reference to Charles I hiding in a box whilst Charles [...]

    5. Lynn Andrew says:

      This is a fast paced, gossipy read like a magazine in feel than a dry history book The first half is a whirlwind tour of every British monarch and their kin up to Queen Victoria I almost felt overwhelmed by the pace at first but the authors gossipy style help to humanise these historic figures which made it slightly less confusing keeping the royal clan in line The second half is the modern royal family and is explored in a little depth Both the history and psychology are pretty light touch bu [...]

    6. Russell Turner says:

      This is a fascinating and unique psychological study It is well researched, well paced and has a very authoritative tone This is an author that both knows his subject and uses his knowledge of child psychology well Until you reach the part of the book that deals with the early eighties and the introduction of Diana Spencer, it essentially serves as a guide on how not to bring your children up

    7. Erin says:

      Very interesting read Slightly dryI gave this book a 3 because while it was interesting, it was nothing new It was everything that we already know, but in a doctor s medical diagnosis Some of minor members of the royal family were listed incorrectly as to who their parents were.

    8. Lauren Albert says:

      Reads a bit scattered, particularly at the beginning Might be unavoidable when trying to cover so many people and families Perhaps doing it thematically would have the same problem There is also way to much psychoanalysis for me in it Can be interesting seeing the contrasts between the way people were raised and the way they raised their children.

    9. Catherine L. Kendo says:

      Dysfunctions and immorality run amuck Interesting read Learn how dysfunctions can be passed from generation to generation What immoral incestuous people are the Royal family They should NOT be held up as a role model for others.

    10. Kathleen Wells says:

      You kmow I have dipped in and out of this but finally read it all and you know I thought it was quite good especially about bits I should have known about but didnt who knew that James VI was such a good dad for example.

    11. Mary says:

      I agree with a lot of the other reviews this is pretty insubstantial and makes sweeping claims that don t always seem backed up by much It was a fun read, but not particularly fascinating.

    12. Mary says:

      A good premise but disappointing It was basically a potted history of the Royal Family with some Freud thrown in Could have been so much better.

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