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The Resource Princesses behaving badly : real stories from history-- without the fairy-tale endings, by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Princesses behaving badly : real stories from history-- without the fairy-tale endings, by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Label
Princesses behaving badly : real stories from history-- without the fairy-tale endings
Title
Princesses behaving badly
Title remainder
real stories from history-- without the fairy-tale endings
Statement of responsibility
by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Offers information on historical princesses whose lives were devoid of fairy-tale magic, including the stories of Nazi spy Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe, mass murderess Princess Olga of Kiev, and warrior mom Princess Rani Lakshmibai
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
  • 920/.72
  • B
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
D107.3
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Princesses behaving badly : real stories from history-- without the fairy-tale endings, by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Wu Zetian, the princess who became emperor of China
  • Njinga of Ndongo, the princess who kept male concubines in drag
  • Schemers : princesses who plotted and planned.
  • Justa Grata Honoria, the princess who nearly wrecked the Roman empire
  • Isabella of France, the "she-wolf" princess
  • Roxolana, the princess who went from sex slave to sultana
  • Catherine Radziwill, the stalker princess
  • Stephanie von Hohenlohe, the princess who partied for Hitler
  • Survivors : princesses who made controversial and questionable choices.
  • Lucrezia, the Renaissance mafia princess
  • Warriors : princesses who fought their own battles.
  • Malinche, the princess who served her country's conquerors
  • Sophia Dorothea, the prisoner princess
  • Sarah Winnemucca, the princess accused of collaborating
  • Sofka Dolgorouky, the princess who turned Communist
  • Partiers : princesses who loved to live it up.
  • Christina, the cross-dressing princess
  • Caraboo, the phony princess who hoodwinked England
  • Charlotte of Prussia, the princess who threw a sex party
  • Clara Ward, the princess who ran off with a gypsy...and a waiter...and a station manager
  • Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, the punk princess who went corporate
  • Alfhild, the princess who turned pirate
  • Floozies : princesses notorious for their sexy exploits.
  • Caroline of Brunswick- Wolfenbuttel, the princess who didn't wash
  • Pauline Bonaparte, the exhibitionist princess
  • Margaret, the princess who caused a bank robbery
  • Madwomen : princesses who were likely mad, or close to it.
  • Anna of Saxony, the princess who foamed at the mouth
  • Elisabeth of Austria, the princess who wore a meat mask
  • Charlotte of Belgium, the princess who scared the Pope
  • Franziska, the amnesiac who became the lost Romanov princess
  • Pingyang, the princess who led an army
  • Olga of Kiev, the princess who slaughtered her way to sainthood
  • Khutulun, the princess who ruled the wrestling mat
  • Lakshmibai, the princess who led a rebellion (with her son strapped to her back)
  • Usurpers : princesses who grabbed power in a man's world.
  • Hatshepsut, the princess who ruled Egypt as a king
Control code
ocn828893143
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
303 pages
Isbn
9781594746444
Lccn
2012953988
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)828893143
Label
Princesses behaving badly : real stories from history-- without the fairy-tale endings, by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Wu Zetian, the princess who became emperor of China
  • Njinga of Ndongo, the princess who kept male concubines in drag
  • Schemers : princesses who plotted and planned.
  • Justa Grata Honoria, the princess who nearly wrecked the Roman empire
  • Isabella of France, the "she-wolf" princess
  • Roxolana, the princess who went from sex slave to sultana
  • Catherine Radziwill, the stalker princess
  • Stephanie von Hohenlohe, the princess who partied for Hitler
  • Survivors : princesses who made controversial and questionable choices.
  • Lucrezia, the Renaissance mafia princess
  • Warriors : princesses who fought their own battles.
  • Malinche, the princess who served her country's conquerors
  • Sophia Dorothea, the prisoner princess
  • Sarah Winnemucca, the princess accused of collaborating
  • Sofka Dolgorouky, the princess who turned Communist
  • Partiers : princesses who loved to live it up.
  • Christina, the cross-dressing princess
  • Caraboo, the phony princess who hoodwinked England
  • Charlotte of Prussia, the princess who threw a sex party
  • Clara Ward, the princess who ran off with a gypsy...and a waiter...and a station manager
  • Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, the punk princess who went corporate
  • Alfhild, the princess who turned pirate
  • Floozies : princesses notorious for their sexy exploits.
  • Caroline of Brunswick- Wolfenbuttel, the princess who didn't wash
  • Pauline Bonaparte, the exhibitionist princess
  • Margaret, the princess who caused a bank robbery
  • Madwomen : princesses who were likely mad, or close to it.
  • Anna of Saxony, the princess who foamed at the mouth
  • Elisabeth of Austria, the princess who wore a meat mask
  • Charlotte of Belgium, the princess who scared the Pope
  • Franziska, the amnesiac who became the lost Romanov princess
  • Pingyang, the princess who led an army
  • Olga of Kiev, the princess who slaughtered her way to sainthood
  • Khutulun, the princess who ruled the wrestling mat
  • Lakshmibai, the princess who led a rebellion (with her son strapped to her back)
  • Usurpers : princesses who grabbed power in a man's world.
  • Hatshepsut, the princess who ruled Egypt as a king
Control code
ocn828893143
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
303 pages
Isbn
9781594746444
Lccn
2012953988
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)828893143

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