The madness of the Regency
The madness of the Regency
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In 1811, Prince George became regent to his insane father, George III. The romanticised Regency world of Jane Austen was a time of unrest and uncertainty.

His hair was left uncut and combed over his shoulders. He was dressed in a simple cotton shift as if it was always bedtime. He was a flute and harpsichord player who sometimes sat and hammered out well-known tunes, but often lapsed into melancholy silence, sometimes raved and sometimes wept at the sadness of the world.

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