Victorian Women: A Documentary Account of Women's Lives in Nineteenth-Century England, France, and the United States. Erna Olafson Hellerstein, Leslie Parker Hume, Karen M. Offen.

Victorian Women: A Documentary Account of Women's Lives in Nineteenth-Century England, France, and the United States

Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1981.

Hardcover. 9 1/4" X 6 1/8". xvi, 534pp. Presents nicely in protective archival sleeved dust jacket. Mild wear to pictorial dust jacket, with light edgewear and faint dust soiling. Black cloth over boards, with spine lettered in gilt. Mild shelfwear to binding. Slight lean to spine. Binding is firm and sound. Pages are gently age-toned, else clean and unmarked. A solid copy of this collection of over 200 historical documents, deriving from a wide range of material, including diaries, letteres, autobiographies, poems, medical records, wills, tombstone inscriptions, games, household budgets, etiquette manuals, investigative committee reports, and the writings of nineteenth-century social scientists, together forming a documentary account of the lives of women in the Victorian era. Good + / good +. Item #5750
ISBN: 0804710880

Price: $30.00