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By Virginia Woolf

No matter what hour you woke there has been a door shutting. From room to room they went, hand in hand, lifting the following, commencing there, making sure—a ghostly couple. Stooping, maintaining their silver lamp above us, lengthy they appear and deeply. lengthy they pause. The wind drives straightly; the flame stoops a bit of. Wild beams of moonlight go either flooring and wall, and, assembly, stain the faces bent; the faces puzzling over; the faces that seek the sleepers and search their hidden pleasure.

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I posit, in addition, that these systems of etiquette are a manifestation of an anorexic logic that overwhelmingly emphasizes self-control, sexual purity, and the denial of the body. The book then turns, in chapter , to analyses of Victorian literature. I begin with an examination of the depictions of appetite and fat in Victorian literature for children. Because of the didactic nature of much children’s literature, it is the ideal genre with which to begin an investigation into a culture’s attitude toward female appetite.

Roberts overstates the case somewhat, apparently basing her conclusions on the extravagant, highly feminine “Romantic” styles of the s and s while ignoring the menswear and military style dresses that appeared intermittently throughout the century. Nor were Victorian women limited to pastel colors, as Roberts claims. ” Nevertheless, since any culture’s clothing interprets and expresses its notions of the beautiful, female clothing in the Victorian era clearly attests to affluent women’s decorative role.

It is unlikely, for instance, that the letter writer quoted above really was a baronet; however, by adopting that moniker, he associates the small waist with aristocracy. The lower middle-class readers of the EDM may have laced in part to distinguish themselves from the working poor when such a distance in terms of income, education, and financial security was relatively small and because they perceived small waists as aristocratic (whether or not aristocratic women were actually more likely to tight lace).

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