By Krista Lysack
Come purchase, Come Buy considers not just literary works, but in addition numerous archival assets (shopping courses, women’s type magazines, loved ones administration courses, newspapers, and ads) and cultural practices (department shop buying, shoplifting and kleptomania, family economic system, and suffragette shopkeeping). This wealth of assets unearths unforeseen relationships among intake, identification, and citizenship, as Lysack lines a family tree of the lady buyer from dissident family spender to aesthetic salonière, from curious shop-gazer to political radical.
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Come Buy, Come Buy: Shopping and the Culture of Consumption in Victorian Women's Writing by Krista Lysack