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"Stepchildren of nature": Ellen Wood, East Lynne and the spectre of female degeneracy, 1860-61.

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"Stepchildren of nature": Ellen Wood, East Lynne and the spectre of female degeneracy, 1860-61. / Maunder, Andrew.

Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation: Interdisciplinary Essays. ed. / Andrew Maunder; Grace Moore. Ashgate Publishing, 2004. p. 59-72.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Maunder, A 2004, "Stepchildren of nature": Ellen Wood, East Lynne and the spectre of female degeneracy, 1860-61. in A Maunder & G Moore (eds), Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation: Interdisciplinary Essays. Ashgate Publishing, pp. 59-72.

APA

Maunder, A. (2004). "Stepchildren of nature": Ellen Wood, East Lynne and the spectre of female degeneracy, 1860-61. In A. Maunder, & G. Moore (Eds.), Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation: Interdisciplinary Essays (pp. 59-72). Ashgate Publishing.

Vancouver

Maunder A. "Stepchildren of nature": Ellen Wood, East Lynne and the spectre of female degeneracy, 1860-61. In Maunder A, Moore G, editors, Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation: Interdisciplinary Essays. Ashgate Publishing. 2004. p. 59-72

Author

Maunder, Andrew. / "Stepchildren of nature": Ellen Wood, East Lynne and the spectre of female degeneracy, 1860-61. Victorian Crime, Madness and Sensation: Interdisciplinary Essays. editor / Andrew Maunder ; Grace Moore. Ashgate Publishing, 2004. pp. 59-72

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