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Sex in Georgian England: Attitudes and Prejudices from the 1720s to the…
by A.D. Harvey
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From rape and seduction to the desperate and deviant, here is every aspect of the intimate lives of the men and women in Georgian England. Painstakingly researched from medical texts, trial records, government statistics, pamphlets, autobiographies, fiction, fashions, pornographic engravings, and paintings from the Royal Academy, this fully illustrated and absorbing study shows how the Georgians constructed a female stereotype that later flourished in the Victorian era.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)306.0942 — Social sciences Social Sciences Culture and Institutions Biography And History Europe England And Wales
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