1st Edition

Conduct Literature for Women, Part V, 1830-1900 vol 4

By Jacky Eden, Roy Vickers, Pam Morris Copyright 2007
    334 Pages
    by Routledge

    Covers the Victorian period, bringing together a range of texts reflecting the role of women in an era when their cultural influence broadened as science, religious doubt, and the idea of the nation evolved as systems of cultural representation.

    Introduction, Advice to Young Women on Going to Service (1835), Harvey Newcomb, extracts from The Young Lady’s Guide to the Harmonious Development of Christian Character (1850), Maria H. Callco_ , A Few Household Hints (1856), A. C. W., Rules for Young Women ([1873]), Allan B. Webb, Woman’s Work for Foreign Missions of the Church of England ([1875]), Jane E. Hopkins, Village Morality (1882), Dorothea Beale, Address to Church Sunday School Teachers (1888), Paper of Self-Examination for Young Women ([1888]), J. Hiles Hitchens, A Ministering Angel: And How to Become One ([1890]), Editorial Notes


    Edited by Jacky Eden, Roy Vickers. Consulting Editor: Pam Morris