Charles, Prince of Wales

Standard Name: Charles,, Prince of Wales


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death Kathleen Raine
At a service of thanksgiving held five months later, the eulogy was delivered by Prince Charles .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Friends, Associates Kathleen Raine
In later years, KR had a circle of friends at Cambridge which included C. S. Lewis , Edwin Muir and his wife Willa , Elizabeth Jennings , Owen Barfield , A. C. Harwood , Tom Henn
Occupation Kathleen Raine
This venture was supported by the Prince of Wales . Here KRpresided over discussions and lectures by scientists, ecologists and economists, as well as scholars, writers and artists from both east and west.
Watts, Janet. “Kathleen Raine”. The Guardian, p. 25.
Reception J. K. Rowling
Unanticipated responses to Harry Potter have included attack from some Christian groups, mostly in the USA, which bizarrely suppose that the books proselytize in favour of magic, which is held to be the work...
Textual Features Bernardine Evaristo
A few hours from Shanghai, the Misty Mountain Heritage Complex has (since The Great Expansion in which the Republic asserted control over various western countries) exhibited the history and cultural life of those countries...
Textual Features Berta Ruck
BR structures this work by association. Her first chapter begins with the abdication of Edward VIII and moves back from that to his Investiture as Prince of Wales on 14 June 1911. Her second is...
Textual Production Antonia Fraser
A few years after the high-profile weddings of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and the Duke and Duchess of York , AF 's thriller Your Royal Hostage presented Jemima Shore covering a British royal wedding for tv.
Whitaker’s Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Textual Production Isabel Pagan
Not all IP 's writing went into her printed volume. She was believed to be the author of two songs which became popular: Crook and Plaid and (the most famous among her works) Ca' the...


14 November 1948: Princess Elizabeth had her first child, Charles,...

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14 November 1948

Princess Elizabeth had her first child, Charles , who was later invested as Prince of Wales.

29 July 1981: Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer...

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29 July 1981

Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer in a famously publicized ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral which was widely billed as fairy-tale.

31 August 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales, died in a late-night...

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31 August 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales , died in a late-night car accident in an underpass by the Pont d'Alma in Paris.

March 2004: Conferring of British nationality was first...

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March 2004

Conferring of British nationality was first done as a public ceremony, in this case held in the town hall of Brent in North London and attended by the Prince of Wales and the Home Secretary...

9 April 2005: Prince Charles married Camilla Parker-Bo...

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9 April 2005

Prince Charles married Camilla Parker-Bowles .


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