WE BEGIN THE VOLUME with a group of essays that considers a topic fundamental to our understanding of Victorian lives and print culture: domestic life and the domestic ideal. In recent decades, a range of scholarly works has expanded our understanding of the complex and often contradictory nature of Victorian domesticity, together with the particular ideals of femininity and the middle-class family so often associated with it. Influential work in the 1980s and 1990s by literary scholars such as ...
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