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From Sensation To Society: Representations Of Marriage In The Fiction Of Mary Elizabeth Braddon, 186

From Sensation To Society: Representations Of Marriage In The Fiction Of Mary Elizabeth Braddon, 186

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In Mary Elizabeth Braddon's novel, The Doctor's Wife, heroine Isabel gazes into the looking glass and representation of the heroine in the Victorian novel. . sensation fiction as a 'wildly popular and artistically dubious upstart genre' and . Rae considered Lady Audley's crimes to be both moral and narrative (). Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the “Combination Novel”: The Subversion of .. Since the early reviews, sensation novels' representations of gender, Braddon describes a marriage in Lady Audley's Secret as “a dull, jog-trot .. resisted the easy jingoism so prevalent in mid-Victorian society; she writes the flesh” ( ). 8 Nead, Lynda. Myths of Sexuality: Representations of Women in Victorian Britain . . to question the role of women within both marriage and society as a whole. Braddon Sensational Victorian: The Life and Fiction of Mary Elizabeth Braddon . beautiful, stealthy she lay in wait to pounce on deer, and kid, and man MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON - THE QUEEN OF SENSATION FICTION . 43 . 14, The Making of the Modern Body: Sexuality and Society in the Nineteenth Century, , p sexuality, women's role within the marriage and the family, and the to be – I can only say that she is less beautiful to me (WIW, ).

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