Consuming Angels: Advertising and Victorian Women

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Index
Actress, 10, 95-99, 183
Adulteration, 111-14
Adventurer, 11, 79-85, 183
Advertisements, 5-15. See also specific products
Advertising agents, viii, ix
Advertising, cost, 9
Advertising, working class, 5, 194.n.8
Aertex underwear, 10
Africa, 80-85
Age, 117
Albert, Prince, 47
Alexandra, Princess of Wales, 86, 88, 89, 92, 93
Allenbury's (Baby) Food, 139, 140
Allen China, 30
Alma-Tadema, 35, 62, 183
American Challenge Stove, 169
Andromeda, 107, 108
Angel in the House, vii, 19, 33-42, 44
Antiquity. See Grecian Imagery
Anxiety, 13, 100-127
Appliances, 43-44, 78
filters, 105
knife cleaners, 169
lawnmowers, 170
sewing machines, 43, 44, 51, 169
sterilizers, 105
stoves, 169
washers, 156, 170
Aristocratic ideal, 159-64
Aristotle, 72
Arnold, Matthew, 161
Arts and Crafts Movement, 57, 74, 161
Aspinall Enamel, 10, 38, 40, 133
Athena, 68
Atkinson & Barker's Royal Infants' Preservative, 92, 93
Atkinson's Furniture, 9
Atlas Sewing Machines, 43
Avoncherra Tea, 153, 154, 156
Aymard Patent Milk Sterilizer, 105
Babbage, Charles, 51
Bainbridge's Confectionery, 29
Baker & Crisp Mercers, 28
Bathers, 131, 132, 181, 182
Batty's Nabob Pickles, 148
Beecham's Pills, 9, 35, 139, 152, 174, 177, 178, 179
Beetham's Glycerine and Cucumber Powder and Lotion, 42, 172
Bell, John, 38
Bennett Ltd. Jewellery, 167
Benson Jewellery, 167
Berkenfeld Filter, 105
Beverages. See Food and beverages
Bicycles, 169
Bile Beans for Biliousness, 25
Bird's Custard Powder, 15, 171
Boer War, 83-84
Bolland Cakes, 29
Booth, William, 102, 163
Borax, 61
Bovril Beef Extract, 10, 12, 13, 83, 85, 110, 111, 121, 122, 125, 143, 146, 173
Brandauer Pens, 133, 134
Brand-name differentiation, 7, 32, 43
Britannia, 39, 153
British and Foreign Sewing Machines, 43
Brooke's Soap, 13, 121, 149, 150. See also Monkey Brand Soap
Brown & Polson Corn Flour, 75
"Bubbles," 33

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