Ok book Misspellings but one gets the general idea Not one I d
brag about Slightly informativeOne gets the general idea of book Slightly informative A about Slightly informativeOne gets the general idea of book Slightly informative A read Does make you glad you live in today s society History of domesticityThis book is an excellent resource
for explaining the running of large manor houses like the fictional Downton Abbey as well as smaller establishments found explaining the running of large manor houses like the fictional Downton Abbey as well as smaller establishments found the Austen and Bronte period pieces Short but interesting read for anyone wanting an introduction to Victorian daily life Much of the focus is on the servants either how employers dealt with them or what they did That in itself says a lot about daily life for wealthy and middle class women of the time Horn keeps the big picture in focus while providing tidbits of detail drawn from diaries letters and period books on household management A real eye opener perfect if you want an education on how the Victorian s lived Could have been much interesting if it had been fleshed out had been hoping for some pictur. What was it like to live in a Victorian household What time did the servants have to get up What Was The Food Like the food like who cooked it How did .
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Esses of the household were expected to maintain control
OF THE HOUSEHOLD FINANCES AVOID WASTE AND ENSURE MATTERSthe household finances avoid waste and ensure matters smoothly Apparently it was about appearances than actual involvement and workWithin this title the author uotes Lady Cynthia Asuith in really well ordered households it was the rule that no housemaid should ever be seen broom or duster in hand This book will be informative and entertaining to those who enjoy history and to those who read Victorian Era Historical Romance The we comprehend about how things truly were the richer our forays into fiction It s a uick enjoyable read Informative accurate and interesting It brings into sharp focus the background of many favorite novels Recommended on 9 17 15 Nice short introduction to well life in a Victorian household with an emphasis on the middle class household and the servant class in general uick easy read If you can pick this up for free that is the only way I would bother with this short read Rambling and disjointed 15 stars. Ws you what it was really like to live in Victorian times for those both above and below stairs and what sights and smells would "Be You. "around you. Es too She s written other books but assume they are all this short not worth paying for Too short to be worthy of a reviews but it was ok nothing special I expected but it seemed like the same few facts are repeated over and over again Looks like
a student research than a published bookto be honest Interesting but could be longerThis book will definitely appealstudent research than a published bookto be honest Interesting but could be longerThis book will definitely appeal readers who enjoy potted history For me it needed to be of greater
DEPTH IN EACH AREA IT LOOKEDin each area it looked I enjoyed it as far as it went If you enjoy a book that piues your interest in this field then it will have served its purpose I read this book specifically for my own ongoing research and understanding of history It explains a great deal in four chapters 1 Middle class Victorian Homes 2 Mistress of the Household 3 Recruiting and Replacing the Servants and 4 Life Below Stairs Like a large house and garden a wife or daughter with nothing to do was an emblem of success Katharine Chorley uoted in Life in a Victorian HouseholdYet Mistr. He clothing differ for the different types of servants How much did the servants get paid This fascinating book takes you back in time and sho.