The Tragi-Comedy of Victorian Fatherhood (Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture)
"[Sanders's] talents and energy as a researcher are prodigious and enviable, uncovering a wealth of detail about the fatherly lives of her subjects that makes for extremely compelling reading. She has examined not only published correspondence and journals--a feat of awe-inspiring magnitude in the case of Dickens, Darwin, and Gladstone--but archived materials and periodical writing as well." -Eileen Gillooly, nbol-19.org This is a study of Victorian middle-class fatherhood from the fathers' own perspective. It aims to dismantle the classic stereotype of the nineteenth-century paterfamilias by focusing on the lives of influential public men, ranging from novelists to politicians, scientists and leading churchmen.
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- Cambridge University Press (January 3, 2013)
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