DOMESTIC INTIMACIES: Incest and the Liberal Subject in Nineteenth-Century America
Offers a wide-ranging, critical history of incest and its various prohibitions as they were defined throughout the nineteenth century. Historian Brian Connolly overturns conventional histories of American liberalism by placing the fear of incest at the heart of 19th century conflicts over public life and privacy. Illus.
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