The essay shows how Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White addresses the question of the representation of women as legal subjects within the context of the Victorian marriage and with a particular reference to the period's property law.

"Women, Property and Identity in Victorian Legal Culture: Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White"

FIORATO, Sidia
2014-01-01

Abstract

The essay shows how Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White addresses the question of the representation of women as legal subjects within the context of the Victorian marriage and with a particular reference to the period's property law.
2014
property law; marriage settlement; legal persona
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