Authors

Lila Harper

Document Type

Article

Department or Administrative Unit

English

Publication Date

10-1995

Abstract

This paper argues that as illustration became expected in travel accounts between 1870-1900, the visual image produced a constraint on how women presented their dress and general appearance in their narratives.

Comments

This paper was presented at the Northwest Conference on British Studies, Spokane, Oct. 1995.

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