This text explores the reception of the royal kinfolk in the course of the past due eighteenth and early 19th centuries, and its illustration in fiction, poetry, and the preferred press. Samuelian unearths that renowned reaction to the royal kin has mirrored the public's trust of their correct of entry to the non-public lifetime of royalty.

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