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The English in Love The Intimate Story of an Emotional Revolution



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Oxford University Press, USA

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Author Biography

Claire Langhamer is Senior Lecturer in History at Sussex University. Her first book was Women's Leisure in England, 1920-1960. She is a trustee of the Mass Observation archive and is an editor of the journal Twentieth Century British History.

Table of Contents

Part I: Love
1. An Emotional Revolution
2. Love, Passion, and Pragmatism
3. Suitability
Part II: Courtship
4. Meetings
5. Private Spaces
6. Exchange and Negotiation
Part III: Commitment
7. Making Commitment
8. Happy Ever After?

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