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George Cruickshank

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Document From St Giles to Marylebone: The gin mad girl and an MCC Tie by David Allen

This article traces the changing status of gin in nineteenth-century British culture by exploring two artefacts: an image from The Drunkard’s...

gin act, Gin Lane, MCC, George Cruickshank, Social history, cricket, British culture, Victorian Culture, 19th century view
Document Were the Greek Artefacts, purchased from Elgin, ‘Marbles’ or ‘Stones’? by Natalia de Blasio

Were the Greek Artefacts, purchased from Elgin, ‘Marbles’ or ‘Stones’?  An investigation of the perceived aesthetic value of the Elgin Marbles...

Elgin Marbles, John Keats, George Cruickshank, 19th century view
Document Two Women of Mind and Purpose: George Cruickshank’s My Wife is a Woman of Mind and Amelia B. Edwards’ The Travelling Adventures of Mrs Roliston by Dona M. Cady

Abstract: The changing social agency of Victorian British women was often reflected through text and art. The pen and ink work of two artists --...

19th century, George Cruickshank, Amelia B. Edwards, satire, Victorian view
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