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Marriage, wife-beating and the law in Victorian England
Maeve E. Doggett
|Statement||Maeve E. Doggett.|
|Series||Law in context|
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|Number of Pages||210|
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In her book, Marriage, Wife-beating and the Law in Victorian England, Doggett argues that the power principle was the cause and essence of the law of coverture which made husband and wife one person in law and that person the husband. A Dirty, Filthy Book The Writings of Charles Knowlton and Annie Besant on Reproductive Physiology and Birth Control and an Account of the Bradlaugh-Besant Trial.
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As Mary Shanley shows, Victorian feminists argued that justice for women would not follow from public rights alone, but required a fundamental transformation of the marriage relationship.4/5(1).
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After parading his wife with a halter around her neck, arm, or waist, a husband would publicly auction her to the highest bidder. to learn that the law nearly always granted husbands custody of any children born to the marriage.
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Victorian men were allowed to beat their wives. Although this is in most cases wrong men should still be allowed to slap their wives or whip them with a belt without fear of punishment if they catch them cheating or if the woman is violent.
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Nov 01, · Her forthcoming book, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Divorce and Divorce Law Reform in England, –, is eagerly awaited. Savage makes a number of critical points about my book that I would like to discuss here.
Savage notes the absence of quantitative analysis in my work. Status Law: Adjudicating Wives' Rights to Earnings, " () 82 Geo. L.J. 8 On changing doctrinal and ideological usages of the doctrine coverture fiction of marital unity, see Maeve E.
Doggett, Marriage, Wife-Beating and the Law in Victorian England (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, ). In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
DISTINCTIVE REALISM: WIFE BEATING IN THREE TALES OF THE VICTORIAN ENGLISH PEASANTRY BY RICHARD JEFFERIES WILLIAM J. HYDE University of Wisconsin-La Crosse A letter from Tennyson to Sophia (Rawnsley) Elmhirst on the day following his wedding (14 June ) consists simply of two short sentences: "We seem to get on Cited by: 1.
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Maeve E. Marriage, Wife-Beating and the Law in Victorian England. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, Marriage, and the Author: Gail Savage. ‘The Woman Question is the Marriage Question.’ Sarah Grand, ‘The New Aspect of the Woman Question’ () 1 With all its contempt for the accepted moralities, [New Woman fiction] is helping to carry the pressure of the moral question into the sacred enclosure of marriage itself, from which all questioning has been too long excluded; and it is perhaps hardly too much to say that no Author: Ann Heilmann.
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