Nineteenth Century Prostitution
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This paper explores the realities of prostitution in the nineteenth century and compares it to the Victorian ideas of lifestyle. The paper discusses how Victorian society went about "curing" prostitution, to no real effect. The paper also look at the events that gave rise to what eventually would become the women's liberation movement and how this impacted prostitution.
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