Unmasking the Bourgeoise

Works Consulted
A Love Story
 
Courtship
Romantic Era
The Romantic Victor Hugo
--Hugo's love letters to Adele
--Juliette Drouet's love letters to Hugo
--Les Miserables
Bourgeoisie vs the Romantic
Bourgeoisie Courting
Rituals
Roles of Male and Females in the BourgeoisieWorld
 
 
Marriage


Real Life

Texts

Calder, J. Women and Marriage in Victorian Fiction. Oxford University Press: New York. 1976.

Forster R. and Forster E. Eurpoean Society in Eighteenth Century. Walker and Company: New York. 1969.

Forster, R. The Nobility of Toulouse in the Eighteenth Century: A Social and Economic Study. The Johns Hopkins Press: Baltimore. 1960.

Gelfand, E.D. Imagination in Confinement: Women's Writings from French Prisons. Cornell University Press: Ithaca. 1983.

Goncourt, E and J. Goncourt de. The Woman of the Eighteenth Century: Her LIfe, birth to death, her Love, and her Philosophy in the worlds of Salon, Shop and Street. Minton, Balch & Company: New York. 1927.

Hartman, M. S. Victorian Murderesses: A True History of Thirteen Respectable French and English Women Accused of Unspeakable Crimes. Schocken Books: New York. 1977.

Hellerstein, E.A., Hume, L.P., and Offen, K.M. Victorian Women. Stanford University Press: California. 1981.

Hugo, V. Les Miserables. Signet Classic, Penguin Group: New York. 1987.

Perrot, M. A History of Private Life IV: From the Fires of Revolution to the Great War. The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA. 1990.

Rowbotham, J. Good Girls Make Good Wives. Basil Blackwell Inc.: New York. 1989.

Tilly, L. A. Women , Work, and Family. Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York. 1978.

Zeldin, T. France: 1848-1945. Oxford University Press: London. 1973.

Images

Brookner, A. Greuze: The rise and fall of an eighteenth-century phenomenon. New York Graphic Society Ltd: Greenwich, CT. 1972. Plate 47.

Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco on the internet @ http://www.famsf.org:

Beaumont, C.E. de., Les jolies femmes de Paris: Conversation conjugale a huis clos, 19th Century.

Hartman, M. S. Victorian Murderesses: A True History of Thirteen Respectable French and English Women Accused of Unspeakable Crimes. Schocken Books: New York. 1977.

  • Marie Lafarge, page 10.
Perrot, M. A History of Private Life IV: From the Fires of Revolution to the Great War. The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA. 1990.
  • Gelhay. Plans for the Future, page 572.
  • Surprised in His Slumbers, page 209.
  • A Wedding Announcement, page 313.
  • The Signing, page 312.
  • Deveria, A. A Young Woman Receives the Counsel of Her Guardian Angel, 1830. Page 151. (This is also the icon for the Unmasking the Bourgeoise site.)
  • Le Petit Parisien, The Ville-d'Affair, page155.