Women at Home in Victorian American: A Social History Ellen M. Plante

ISBN: 9780816033928

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Women at Home in Victorian American: A Social History  by  Ellen M. Plante

Women at Home in Victorian American: A Social History by Ellen M. Plante
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In Women at Home in Victorian America, author Ellen Plante expands our view of an important, if often-overlooked, figure in the story of Americas transformation from an agrarian to an urban, industrialized society: the middle-class Victorian woman.MoreIn Women at Home in Victorian America, author Ellen Plante expands our view of an important, if often-overlooked, figure in the story of Americas transformation from an agrarian to an urban, industrialized society: the middle-class Victorian woman.

Plante makes generous use of primary sources to explore the ideals, virtues, and exotica of the Victorian domestic sphere and provides readers with an authentic record of the great utopian vision embraced by women of the era. In Women at Home in Victorian America you will find 19th-century illustrations, descriptions, and contemporaneous accounts of every aspect of Victorian home life, including courtship and marriage, the ideal home, motherhood and childrearing, etiquette and deportment, recipes for home remedies and beauty, and more.



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