The Woman Reader 1837-1914.
For Victorians and Edwardians, the topic of women and reading was controversial. Flint examines this aspect of 19th century culture in detail to find out everything she can about this central cultural debate. Praised as a ground-breaking work and essential reading for those interested in current critical debates on women and reading. Light wrinkles on front cover corner, otherwise VG, very clean copy. Illustrated. Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press. 1995. Paper. USED. $15.00