"A series of mere household events": evoking and questioning nineteenth-century ethics of victorian family life in Edgar Allan Poe's tales
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Demonising the Victorian Heroine's Coming-of-Age in Edward Bulwer-Lytton's Lucretia and Edgar Allan Poe's Tales Miquel Baldellou, Marta (Universidad de Almería, 2008)In Victorian times, the female subject, as embodiment of domestic morality, contributed to the construction of middle-class ideology. In Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s novel Lucretia (1846), the female protagonist apparently ...
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