The Shadow of Marriage


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‘Singleness in England 1914-60. This book stakes out new territory within an exciting, emerging field of study. Not only does it uncover the history of a neglected group, but it also offers valuable insights into the significance marital status which are equally relevant to current debates on marriage and family. This will be a valuable resource for researchers and students in social history, gender studies, womens studies, social policy, and sociology. Its accessible style and the inclusion of personal material from the authors life and family will undoubtedly also attract a wider readership.’

Published 2007, I’m very good quality.

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