WHEN THE FIRST ISSUE of the Illustrated London News appeared on 14 May 1842, it set the stage for the development of myriad forms of illustrated journalism that would become ubiquitous in popular print culture for the rest of the century. Illustrated newspapers and periodicals contributed to a broader visual culture which aimed to engage and construct a mass-market audience for print. From the very first, women were imagined as part of this ‘modern,’ largely urban audience. Indeed, the inaugural issue of the ...
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