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|Leisure and Society||Beatrice Harraden|
|Publishing||E. M. Delafield|
The Pethick-Lawrences divided their time between London and the country. In town they lived in Clement's Inn (on more than one floor, with the most private part at the top), where the rich simplicity in...
|Textual Features||Mary Elizabeth Braddon||
The characterisation of the Constance Wilde figure and her relationship with Lester suggests a more thorough feminist critique of consumerism and women's place within aestheticism. Although the book represents Lester as loving his doting wife...
This year is commonly given as the birth of Art Nouveau, a style which arose almost simultaneously in several countries under several names, marked by rich colour and fluid, romantic line.