Princess Margaret: A Biography

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Author Theo Aronson

Publisher Gateway Books; First Edition (January 1, 1997

Binding Hardcover with dustjacket

Condition like new has slight wear on the spine due to a sticker but otherwise excellent


"Princess Margaret: A Biography" is a captivating exploration of the life of Princess Margaret, sister to Queen Elizabeth II and one of the most intriguing members of the British royal family. Authored by Theo Aronson, this biography offers a compelling narrative of Margaret's life, from her early years as a glamorous and controversial princess to her later struggles and triumphs.

Aronson delves into Margaret's upbringing, her relationships with family members, and her role within the royal household. He provides insight into Margaret's vibrant personality, her love affairs, and her encounters with celebrities and dignitaries from around the world.

The biography also explores Margaret's challenges and controversies, including her tumultuous marriage to Antony Armstrong-Jones and her battles with health issues and public perception. Aronson offers a balanced portrayal of Margaret, highlighting her strengths, weaknesses, and the complexities of her character.

"Princess Margaret: A Biography" is a meticulously researched and engagingly written account that sheds light on the life and legacy of one of the most enigmatic figures in modern royal history. It offers readers a deeper understanding of Margaret's impact on the monarchy and her place in the cultural landscape of the 20th century. This biography is an essential addition to any bookstore seeking to offer insightful and compelling works on the British royal family.

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