Vicinus, Martha, Suffer and be still; women in the Victorian age , 
Suffer and be still; women in the Victorian age / Edited by Martha Vicinus.
- Bloomington : Indiana University Press 
- Physical Description:
- xv, 239 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
- Reference LibraryHQ1596 V53 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Subject Terms:
- Women -- Great Britain -- Social conditions.Women -- Great Britain.
- The Victorian governess: status incongruence in family and society, by M. J. Peterson.--From dame to woman: W. S. Gilbert and theatrical transvestism, by J. W. Stedman.--Victorian women and menstruation, by E. and E. Showalter.--Marriage, redundancy, or sin: the painter's view of women in the first twenty-five years of Victoria's reign, by H. E. Roberts.--A study of Victorian prostitution and venereal disease, by E. M. Sigsworth and T. J. Wyke.--Working-class women in Britain, 1890-1914, by P. N. Stearns.--The debate over women: Ruskin vs. Mill, by K. Millett.--Stereotypes of femininity in a theory of sexual evolution, by J. Conway.--Innocent femina sensualis in unconscious conflict, by P. T. Cominos.--The women of England in a century of social change, 1815-1914: a select bibliography, by S. B. Kanner (p. 173-206)