Imperial Bibles, Domestic Bodies: Women, Sexuality, and Religion in the Victorian Market
Exploring the production and consumption of British commerical family bibles, this book sheds light on the history of women's sexuality, and the English view of such taboo subjects as same-sex relations, masturbation, menstruation and circumcision.
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