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Mad and Bad: Real Heroines of the Regency

Mad and Bad: Real Heroines of the Regency

Discover a feminist pop history that looks beyond the Ton and Jane Austen to highlight the Regency women who succeeded on their own terms and were largely lost to history -- until now.

Regency England is a world immortalized by Jane Austen and Lord Byron in their beloved novels and poems. The popular image of the Regency continues to be mythologized by the hundreds of romance novels set in the period, which focus almost exclusively on wealthy, white, Christian members of the upper classes.
But there are hundreds of fascinating women who don't fit history books limited perception of what was historically accurate for early 19th century England. Women like Dido Elizabeth Belle, whose mother was a slave but was raised by her white father's family in England, Caroline Herschel, who acted as her brother's assistant as he hunted the heavens for comets, and ended up discovering eight on her own, Anne Lister, who lived on her own terms with her common-law wife at Shibden Hall, and Judith Montefiore, a Jewish woman who wrote the first English language Kosher cookbook.

As one of the owners of the successful romance-only bookstore The Ripped Bodice, Bea Koch has had a front row seat to controversies surrounding what is accepted as "historically accurate" for the wildly popular Regency period. Following in the popular footsteps of books like Ann Shen's Bad Girls Throughout History, Koch takes the Regency, one of the most loved and idealized historical time periods and a huge inspiration for American pop culture, and reveals the independent-minded, standard-breaking real historical women who lived life on their terms. She also examines broader questions of culture in chapters that focus on the LGBTQ and Jewish communities, the lives of women of color in the Regency, and women who broke barriers in fields like astronomy and paleontology. In Mad and Bad, we look beyond popular perception of the Regency into the even more vibrant, diverse, and fascinating historical truth.

Titulo:Mad and Bad: Real Heroines of the Regency
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  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader

    How about this blurb: “Discover a feminist pop history that looks beyond the Ton and Jane Austen to highlight the Regency women who succeeded on their own terms and were largely lost to history -- u...

  • Linden

    “The real heroines of the Regency aren’t empty-headed heiresses or scheming mamas—they’re intelligent, talented artists, thinkers, scientists, and so much more” says the author of this new b...

  • The Library Lady

    The author of this runs a romance novels only bookstore and is well connected in the book trade, and I assume that is the explanation of how such a mediocre book got into print. It is being described ...

  • CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian

    Sadly this is just not very good. The writing is awkward and the paragraph breaks make no sense. Although the content could be very interesting, it's presented in a generic flat way, like a first year...

  • Simone

    I'm pretty sure that this author got this book deal because she owns a bookstore. That's the only possible reason why anyone would publish this unsophisticated book about a time that is so well-docume...

  • Jenny

    If Regency bodice-rippers are your gateway drug to women’s history, let this be a beginner’s guide to the topic. Koch introduces a number of Regency era women to the uninitiated. If you’re expec...

  • Stephanie

    Mad and Bad is a mash up of Regency history and the media that popularizes it. So often we view Regency women through the lens of how they're portrayed through historical romance books or movies like ...

  • Trianna/Treereads

    This one started a little rocky for me, the writing was a bit disjointed and there was a ton of info. But, as we went along I really started enjoying it. The chapters on women in STEM and queer women ...

  • Bethany

    2.5This review is based on an ARC ebook received for free from NetGalley. I am not being paid to review this book and what I write here is my own opinion. My rating scale is below.reviewBea Koch, one ...

  • Michelle Louise

    The Regency period of British History has long fascinated pop culture -- most notably in the form of Regency Romances a sub-genre of Historical Romance that can and does dominate the marketplace. Perh...

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