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Publisher: State University of New York Press
Lawson, Kate, Shakinovsky, Lynn
The ambiguities & paradoxes of domestic violence were amplified in Victorian culture, which emphasized the home as a woman's place of security. The authors examine the violated bodies of middle-class women in mid-19th century fiction and poetry.Lawson, Kate is the author of 'Marked Body Domestic Violence in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Literature' with ISBN 9780791453759 and ISBN 0791453758.
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