Friends of the family : the English home and its guardians, 1850-1940 /
"This book seeks to explain what a reverence for "family values" meant in practice for the Western world's most family-conscious culture. Victorian England can be credited with inventing the ideal of the home inviolate, an ideal best condensed in the notion that "an Englishm...
|Published:||Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1998.|
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