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Relations between women in the 18th and 19th centuries Thesis Relationships between women in the nineteenth century America created a web of love and support for women Mothers and daughters sisters and friends from childhood formed emotional and sometimes physical bonds that lasted lifetimes These ties were acknowledged and easily accepted in their societies Many women survived unthinkable hardships such as geographical isolation child birth and loss of children because of the unconditional love found in their relations with other women I Introduction A Female friendship of 19th century not really studied before B Abundance of evidence suggests very strong emotional ties between women C All types of relationships are suggested from sisterly love to passion D In this world men are hardly noted II Defining and analyzing these relations A Question of method and interpretation B How to view same sex relations 1Psychopathology 2dichotomy between normal and abnormal C Viewing within a cultural and social setting D Based on the diaries of women from 35 families from 1760s to 1880s 1Represents brood range of women 2Middle class III Sensual and platonic A Sarah Butler Wister and Jeannie Field Musgrove 1 Met while families vacationed spent 2 years together at boarding school 2 throughout life wrote to eachother talking of their deep affection and their anguish when apart 3
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