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Among 1870 and 1910 male authors have been actively engaged with imagining new chances for girls, even as the primary woman determine persisted to operate as a troubling and unreachable item of aesthetic wish. This publication examines those inscrutable lady characters who have been the floor on which fiction reinvented itself as paintings.

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