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Victorian Sensibilities
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The Victorian era was one of strict sensibilities.  Religiosity prevailed, if only for form’s sake, and good manners were held in great esteem–even if they were only used as a public front.  Victorian hypocrisy was such that pianos were draped so that their legs would not show and while men might admire a woman’s breasts, the breast of the chicken was known only as “the white meat.”  Many Victorians themselves were aware of this hypocrisy.  The two pieces of fiction…...
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