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Wedding Night Terror: the uneducated virgin and Victorian England


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Aristotle's Masterpiece.1704. Books & Babies: Communicating Reproduction. Cambridge University Library. Web. 24 April 2013.

Calgia, Isaac Henry. How Do You Do? 1904. Wikimedia Commons. Web. 24 April 2013.

Marie Stopes. n.d. Marie Stopes by Anne Heywood. Web. 16 May 2013. 

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(photo of Victorian marriage 1). 1880s. Lively Arts History Association. Web. 24 April 2013.

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Winterhalter, Franz Xaver. Queen Victoria. 1847. Wikimedia Commons. Web. 13 May 2013.