At the mercy of their clothes : modernism, the middlebrow, and British garment culture /
In much of modern fiction, it is the clothes that make the character. Garments embody personal and national histories. They convey wealth, status, aspiration, and morality (or a lack thereof). They suggest where characters have been and where they might be headed, as well as whether or not they are...
|Published:||New York : Columbia university press, |
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