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Bread winner : An intimate history of the victorian economy.

Author: Emma Griffin
Publisher: New Haven, USA : Yale University Press, 2020.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emma Griffin
ISBN: 0300230060 9780300230062
OCLC Number: 1181829332
Description: 320 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE WORK --
1.I worked alright, but I never got paid for my labour': Women and Work --
2.`A man's work was a man's life': Men at Work --
3.`Real drudgery': House Work --
pt. TWO MONEY --
4."The meal-ticket': Fathers and Breadwinning --
5.`Father disappeared and left mother to brave the storm': Family Breakdown --
6.`Toil in the factory, toil in the home': Working Mothers --
pt. THREE LIFE --
7.`Got a loaf, Dad?': Food --
8.`We weren't happy, but we were a family': Emotions --
9.`I learned to speak': Making Citizens.

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"[A] compelling re-evaluation of the Victorian economy. . . . Bread Winner is a book with the personal and domestic at its heart, telling a powerful story of social realities, pressures, and the Read more...

 
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