Imagining Soldiers and Fathers in the Mid-Victorian Era: Charlotte Yonge's Models of Manliness
Beginning with the premise that women's perceptions of manliness are crucial to its construction, Susan Walton focuses on the life and writings of Charlotte Yonge as a prism for understanding the formulation of masculinities in the Victorian period.
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