Laboring to play : home entertainment and the spectacle of middle-class cultural life, 1850-1920 /
"Drawing from 19th- and early-20th-century fiction, guidebooks on leisure, periodicals and newspaper columns, and a polemical examination of class structures, this book interrogates the ways that leisure performances (such as parlor games, charades, home dramas, and tableaux vivants) encouraged...
University of Alabama Press,
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