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The case of the married woman

Fraser, Antonia
Relates the story of nineteeth-century English poet Caroline Norton, who was denied access to her children by her husband after a sensational trial for adultery, and fought tirelessly for the rights of married women and mothers, resulting in the passage of the Infant Custody Act of 1839.


Antonia Fraser.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-265) and index.
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