AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis chapter discusses the role of textiles and fashion in Charlotte Brontë’s novel, Shirley (1849). It argues that Brontë uses sewing and fashion as a way of representing female bonds. This is contrasted with her representations of the 'male' world of the mill-owner.
CitationWynne, D. (2013). Charlotte Brontë’s Frocks and Shirley’s Queer Textiles. In J. Shears & J. Harrison (Eds.), Literary Bric-a-Brac and the Victorians: From Commodities to Oddities (pp.147-163). Aldershot, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
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