A Magazine of Her Own? Domesticity and Desire in the Woman's Magazine, 1800-1914

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FIGURES
2.1 The Genius of the Lady's Magazine leading its votaries from The Temple of Folly (XI 1780:4) 25
2.2 A fashion-plate, 'Spring Fashions for 1806', from La Belle Assemblée (June 1806: unnumbered page) 33
4.1 The frontispiece of the Family Friend (III 1849-50) 47
6.1 A Jules David fashion-plate from the N.S. Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine (III 1861) 77
6.2 The title page of the N.S. Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine (III 1861) 80
6.3 Corset advertisement from Queen (CI 1897: unnumbered page) 85
6.4 Corset advertisement from Queen (LXXVII March 1885: unnumbered page) 87
7.1 'What Women Are Doing', from Queen (LXXVII 28 March 1885:314) 95
7.2 A fashion page from Queen (LXXVII 28 March 1885:319) 102
7.3 A detail of Figure 7.3 103
7.4 Another fashion page from Queen (LXXVII 28 March 1885: unnumbered page) 104
7.5 Advertisements from Queen (LXXVII 28 March 1885: unnumbered page) 108
9.1 'The Man of the Future', from the Idler(IX1894:212) 133
9.2 'How to Court the "Advanced Woman"', from the Idler (IX 1894:192) 134
10.1 Advertisements from Queen (LXXVII 28 March 1885: unnumbered page) 151
10.2 Advertisements from Queen (LXXVII 28 March 1885: unnumbered page) 152
10.3 Full page advertisement from Queen for Fry's Cocoa (LXXXVI 7 December 1889:xxi) 153
11.1 Queen Victoria, an illustration from Woman at Home (V 1895:85) 163
11.2 Annie S. Swan's 'Over the Teacups', from Woman at Home (V 1895:387) 167
13.1 A page of Home Chat (28 March 1896:125) 197
13.2 A full page from Home Chat (26 March 1898:88) 198

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