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Inside the Victorian Home: A Portrait of Domestic Life in Victorian… (original 2003; edition 2005)
Inside the Victorian Home: A Portrait of Domestic Life in Victorian England by Judith Flanders (2003)
Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0393327639, Paperback)
"[Flanders] knows what we want to know and is thoroughly engaging, undidactic company."--Katherine A. Powers, Boston Sunday GlobeNineteenth-century Britain was then the world's most prosperous nation, yet Victorians would bury meat in earth and wring sheets out in boiling water with their bare hands. Such drudgery was routine for the parents of people still living, but the knowledge of it has passed as if it had never been. Following the daily life of a middle-class Victorian house from room to room; from childbirth in the master bedroom through the kitchen, scullery, dining room, and parlor, all the way to the sickroom; Judith Flanders draws on diaries, advice books, and other sources to resurrect an age so close in time yet so alien to our own. 100 illustrations, 32 pages of color.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:06 -0400)
Laid out like a middle class house, this book follows the story of Victorian daily life from room to room: from childbirth in the master bedroom, through the scullery and kitchen - cleaning, dining, entertaining - on upwards, ending in the sickroom and death.
(summary from another edition)
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