Relics of death in Victorian literature and culture /
"Nineteenth-century Britons treasured objects of daily life that had once belonged to their dead. The love of these keepsakes, which included hair, teeth, and other remains, speaks of an intimacy with the body and death, a way of understanding absence through its materials, which is less widely...
New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge studies in nineteenth-century literature and culture ;
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