Other People's Daughters: The Life and Times of the Governess

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					Other People's Daughters: The Life and Times of the Governess
Anonymous
Contemporary Review; Winter 2008; 290, 1691; Docstoc
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Description: While the governess, the single woman who lived in a house to educate its daughters, was 'an ancient institution', it blossomed in the Victorian era: in 1851 there were 25,000.
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