Mrs. Robinson’s Disgrace

Isabella Robinson boldly recorded her inmost thoughts — including her infatuation with a married man — in a diary discovered by her husband on a fateful day in 1858. Kate Summerscale uses the diary itself, and the ensuing divorce trial, to render the world of Victorian women in revelatory detail.


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