Appraising Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte's many identities--celebrity, aristocrat, independent woman, mother--Charlene M. Boyer Lewis is able to show how Madame Bonaparte, as she was known, exercised extraordinary social power at the center of the changing transatlantic world.
Cover Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Page Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1. "Nature Never Intended Me for Obscurity": The Celebrity Chapter 2. "The Duchess of Baltimore": The Aristocrat Chapter 3. "A Modern Philosophe": The In dependent Woman Chapter 4. "Happiness for a Woman": The Femme d'Esprit Chapter 5. "So Much Agitated About This Child's Destiny": The Mother and Daughter Epilogue: "She Belongs to History" Notes Index Acknowledgments.
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