The making of Victorian sexual attitudes

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Oxford University Press, 1994 - Fiction - 256 pages
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User Review  - Dfordoom - Goodreads

The second volume in a two-part study, the first being The Making of Victorian Sexuality. The first volume deals with what the Victorians actually did; the second deals with how they thought about sex ... Read full review

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User Review  - Martine - Goodreads

The Victorian attitude towards sex ought to be a good topic for an interesting book. After all, we all know the clichés and stereotypes, and they're so outrageous that any attempt to confirm or debunk ... Read full review

Contents

EVANGELICALS AND SEX
63
VOLUNTARY RESTRAINT
117
FREETHOUGHT VERSUS FREE LOVE
167
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Michael Mason has edited the Oxford Authors edition of William Blake (OPB, 1988), and is Wordsworth and Coleridge: Lyrical Ballads (Longman, 1992), and Trollope: Miscellaneous Essays and Reviews (Arno 1981). He lives in Oxford.

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