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‘Victorians Undone Is The Most Original History Book I Have Read In A Long While’ Daily MailA SUNDAY TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR • AN OBSERVER BOOK OF THE YEARA Groundbreaking Account Of What It Was Like To Live In A Victorian Body From One Of Our Best Historians. Why Did The Great Philosophical Novelist George Eliot Feel So Self-conscious That Her Right Hand Was Larger Than Her Left Exactly What Made Darwin Grow That Iconic Beard In 1862, A Good Five Years After His Contemporaries Had All Retired Their RazorsWho Knew Queen Victoria Had A Personal Hygiene Problem As A Young Woman And The Crisis That Followed Led To A Hurried Commitment To Marry Albert What Did John Sell Cotman, A Handsome Drawing Room Operator Who Painted Some Of The Most Exquisite Watercolours The World Has Ever Seen, Feel About Marrying A Woman Whose Big Nose Made Smart People SniggerHow Did A Working-class Child Called Fanny Adams Disintegrate Into Pieces In 1867 Before Being Reassembled Into A Popular Joke, One We Still Reference Today, But Would Stop, Appalled, If We Knew Its OriginsKathryn Hughes Follows A Thickened Index Finger Or Deep Baritone Voice Into The Realms Of Social History, Medical Discourse, Aesthetic Practise And Religious Observance – Its Language Is One Of Admiring Glances, Cruel Sniggers, An Implacably Turned Back. The Result Is An Eye-opening, Deeply Intelligent, Groundbreaking Account That Brings The Victorians Back To Life And Helps Us Understand How They Lived Their Lives.

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‘Victorians Undone Is The Most Original History Book I Have Read In A Long While’ Daily MailA SUNDAY TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR • AN OBSERVER BOOK OF THE YEARA Groundbreaking Account Of What It Was Like To Live In A Victorian Body From One Of Our Best Historians. Why Did The Great Philosophical Novelist George Eliot Feel So Self-conscious That Her Right Hand Was Larger Than Her Left Exactly What Made Darwin Grow That Iconic Beard In 1862, A Good Five Years After His Contemporaries Had All Retired Their RazorsWho Knew Queen Victoria Had A Personal Hygiene Problem As A Young Woman And The Crisis That Followed Led To A Hurried Commitment To Marry Albert What Did John Sell Cotman, A Handsome Drawing Room Operator Who Painted Some Of The Most Exquisite Watercolours The World Has Ever Seen, Feel About Marrying A Woman Whose Big Nose Made Smart People SniggerHow Did A Working-class Child Called Fanny Adams Disintegrate Into Pieces In 1867 Before Being Reassembled Into A Popular Joke, One We Still Reference Today, But Would Stop, Appalled, If We Knew Its OriginsKathryn Hughes Follows A Thickened Index Finger Or Deep Baritone Voice Into The Realms Of Social History, Medical Discourse, Aesthetic Practise And Religious Observance – Its Language Is One Of Admiring Glances, Cruel Sniggers, An Implacably Turned Back. The Result Is An Eye-opening, Deeply Intelligent, Groundbreaking Account That Brings The Victorians Back To Life And Helps Us Understand How They Lived Their Lives.
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