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CAMFIELD Necessary Madness. The Humor of Domesticity in Nineteenth Century American Literature
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Camfield argues that humour serves as an important tool for both men and women to manage the ideology of domesticity so prevalent at the time, and he shows how gender comes to bear upon comic techniques and sensibilities. Read more Read less.
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Review "Serious students of humor will want to read this book. Necessary Madness is an ambitious and liberating book, the most provocative study to date on nineteenth-century American domestic humor. No customer reviews.
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