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This provocative work examines how women's bodies are portrayed in a variety of Victorian literary and non-literary genres.
|Introduction: Constructing the Frame||3|
|Chapter I||Ladylike Anorexia: Hunger, Sexuality, and Etiquette||12|
|Chapter II||Becoming Public Women: Women and Work||30|
|Chapter III||Calling and Falling: Vocation and Prostitution||59|
|Chapter IV||Body, Figure, Embodiment: The Paradoxes of Heroine Description||79|
|Chapter V||Re-membering the Body: Feminist Theory and Representation||124|