2 edition of prostitute in nineteenth-century fiction and prose found in the catalog.
prostitute in nineteenth-century fiction and prose
Written in English
|Statement||by Christiane Klein|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
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The prostitute in nineteenth-century fiction and prose by Christiane Klein; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: English literature, Prostitutes in literature, History and criticism; Times: 19th century. The Murder of Helen Jewett book. Read 94 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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The first American literature to mention prostitution was written by a Spanish nun working in Mexico during the seventeenth century. In her poetry, Sor Juana Inés de. Russell's "virtuoso storytelling, evocative prose and original conception mark [his first book] as a significant work that we can only hope will be followed by many more" (Chicago Tribune).
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Nineteenth-century physicians Alexandre Parent-Duchâtelet and William Acton and the writer Bracebridge Hemyng, all of whom conducted research among these women, found that in Paris and London, prostitution would often be an occupation for a short period of time, after which they would marry live as respectable housewives - as with every other.
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An admirable if not always compelling exploration of a once-sensational murder and trial that recall our recent obsession with the Simpson case. Cohen (History/Univ. of Calif., Santa Barbara) begins with the discovery of the body of year-old Jewett in a New York brothel fire set to reduce her hatcheted remains to rubble.
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Thinking of nineteenth-century Russia, we may find ourselves thinking of a woman’s image, perhaps one of the memorable heroines in the great Russian novels written by men: Sonia Marmeladova from Dostoevskii’s Crime and Punishment (Prestuplenie i nakazanie), Natasha Rostova from Tolstoi’s War and Peace (Voina i mir), or any of the Turgenev heroines so Author: Sibelan E.
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Over the course of her career, Sand wrote over volumes of prose - fiction, travel books, essays, plays, and a volume autobiography. Her chief subject was relations between the sexes.
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