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ISBN:0856642029
Author: Patricia Branca
ISBN13: 978-0856642029
Title: Silent Sisterhood: Middle Class Women in the Victorian Home
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Croom Helm Ltd (August 21, 1975)
Pages: 220

Silent Sisterhood: Middle Class Women in the Victorian Home by Patricia Branca



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This perceptive book studies the Victorian woman in the home and in the family. The author makes judicious use of domestic manuals and other material written specifically for middle-class women. With statistical data to quantify the image as well, this book presents a better understanding of what it was like to be a middle-class woman in nineteenth-century England.

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Silent Sisterhood book. This perceptive book studies the Victorian woman in the home and in the. One of the central purposes is to rescue Victorian woman from the realm of myth where her life was spent in frivolous trifles and instead to show how she had a major part to play in the practical management of the home. The author makes judicious use of domestic manuals and other material writt. This perceptive book studies the Victorian woman in the home and in the family. One of the central purposes is to rescue Victorian woman from the realm of myth where her life was spent in frivolous trifles and instead to show how she had a major part to play in the practical management of the home

This perceptive book studies the Victorian woman in the home and in the family. With statistical data to quantify the image as well, this book presents a better understanding of what it was like to be a middle-class woman in nineteenth-century England

This perceptive book studies the Victorian woman in the home and in the family. Personal Triumph Part 3: Conclusions 8. Middle-Class Women and Modernization. Topics include women in the World Wars, prostitution in Victorian times, the history of abortion, women's roles in the Stuart era and women's place in the household and in work.

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Middle-class Women in the Victorian Home. Patricia Branca Signs The University of Chicago Press 0097--6943 1. 086/493375.

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