Bleak houses : marital violence in Victorian fiction /
The Offenses Against the Person Act of 1828 opened magistrates'' courts to abused working-class wives. Newspapers in turn reported on these proceedings, and in this way the Victorian scrutiny of domestic conduct began. But how did popular fiction treat "private" family violence?...
Ohio University Press,
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