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  • 1. Victorian underwear
    • Museums, festivals and historical reunion have spread a new interest in applying dressing up for adults of all ages.
    • Collecting, creating and wearing period costumes have become popular national past times. Fans of historical romance are especially fond of the women’s gown.
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    • But as beautiful as this gowns are on the outside, few people realize the steps that victorian women went through to obtain those remarkable silhouettes.
    • Bloomers with some snaps come first. Then, the angles of the thing that supports the skirt keeps it from collapsing. The petticoat will be dropped over. The last is a very lovely wig with big wavy curls.
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  • 5. Family life
    • The close family resulted from the growth of new attitudes to privacy, a necessary part of individualism. It was also the result of of the removal, of the social and economic support of the wider family and village community.This made family life so much more public.
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    • While wives might be companions, they were certainly not equals. As the idea of the close family under the “master” of the household became stronger, so the possibility for a wife to find emotional support or practical advice outside the immediate family became more limited.
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    • In addition,as the idea of the close family slowly spread down the social order, an increasing number of women found their sole economic and social usefulness ended when their children grew up, a problem that continued into the twentieth century.
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    • There were many things that reduced the chance of happy family life: individualism, strict parental behaviour, the regular beating of children and the cruel conditions for those boys at boarding school. That’s why family life often ended when children grew up.
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    • A wife was legally a man’s property,until nearly the end of the century.
    • In spite of stricter moral atmosphere in Scotland, Scottish women seem to have continued a stronger tradition of independent attitudes and plain speaking.
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    • In 1838, a Scotswoman wrote: “It is the right of every woman to have a vote… in her country, and more so now that we have got a woman (Queen Victoria) at the head of government.”
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