Bedside Seductions: Nursing and the Victorian Imagination, 1830-1880

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St. Martin's Press, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 211 pages
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During the Victorian era, the status and the meaning of the nurse experienced remarkable and telling shifts. "Bedside Seductions" is the first book-length exploration into the significance of the nurse in mid-Victorian literary and social history.

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Assistant Professor of English at the University of Miami where she teaches Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Women's Studies.

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