"City Of Dreadful Delight" ( Judith Walkowitz ) and "City Of Eros" ( Timothy Gilfoyle ) Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"City Of Dreadful Delight" ( Judith Walkowitz ) and "City Of Eros" ( Timothy Gilfoyle )
Compares this works on prostitution in 19th Century London and New York City.
# 14807 | 3,375 words | 2 sources | 1999 | US


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"This research will examine two books that deal with issues relating to the phenomenon of prostitution in 19th-century London and New York City, City of Dreadful Delight by Judith R. Walkowitz, and City of Eros by Timothy J. Gilfoyle, respectively. The research will set forth the general pattern of ideas in each of the works and discuss in detail the similarities and differences in the methods and narratives of social history that each book uses to give an account of the culture, physical environment, and personalities informing the shape that sexual praxis in general and prostitution in particular took in the centers of the English-speaking world during the period.

The differences between City of Dreadful Delight and City of Eros are not confined to the fact that the former deals with London prostitution in the late Victorian era and City of Eros deals..."

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