Marianne Van Remoortel's Women, Work and the Victorian Periodical: Living by the PDF

By Marianne Van Remoortel

masking a variety of journal paintings, together with enhancing, representation, poetry, needlework guide and typesetting, this publication presents clean insights into the participation of ladies within the nineteenth-century journal industry.

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