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Author: Eleanor Spence
ISBN: 0001950231
Publisher Collins (1973)
Language English
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In this book my year as an exchange student in the USA in the late 80’s is perfectly illustrated. The following series of stories is meant to serve as a refresher of those precious and very best moments which I was lucky to enjoy during that time. There is no doubt that this unique opportunity is still firmly anchored in my memory and is now lively recaptured by giving you a glimpse of several outstanding impressions.

Eleanor Spence AM (1928–2008) was an Australian author of novels for young adults and older children. Her books explore a wide range of issues, including Australian history, religion, autism, bigotry, materialism and alienation

Eleanor Spence AM (1928–2008) was an Australian author of novels for young adults and older children. Her books explore a wide range of issues, including Australian history, religion, autism, bigotry, materialism and alienation. Eleanor Rachel Therese Spence was born on 21 October 1928 in Sydney, Australia. She attended the University of Sydney, gaining her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1949.

This book made me cry and smile, laugh and clutch my chest in pain. The author's brilliant writing sparkled like well-plotted fiction. The first three chapters discuss earlier queens, including Eleanor of Aquitaine (who the author claims a very distant relation to). These chapters paint a picture of Castle life and the standards expected to be followed. Then chapters four through eight covers the Royal women of the 17th to the 19th centuries, from England to Spain, to Russia, and every European country in between.