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The Brother-sister Culture in Nineteenth-century Literature
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Acknowledgements Introduction The Brother-Sister Culture Brother/Sister Collaborative Groups 'One of the Highest Forms of Friendship': Brother-Sister Relationships in Women's Autobiography The Brother as Lover The Family Revenge Novel 'Changing Places': Siblings and Cross-Gendering 'Most Unwillingly Alive:' Brother and Sisters in the First World War Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index

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Valerie Sanders's previous publications include "Reason Over Passion: Harriet Martineau and the Victorian Novel", "The Private Lives of Victorian Women: Autobiography in 19th Century England" and "Eve's Renegades: Victorian Anti-Feminist Women Novelists". She has also edited "Harriet Martineau: Selected Letters" and "Records of Girlhood: Nineteenth-Century Women's Childhoods".

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VALERIE SANDERS is Professor of English Literature at the University of Hull. Previous publications include Reason Over Passion: Harriet Martineau and the Victorian Novel, The Private Lives of Victorian Women: Autobiography in 19th Century England and Eve's Renegades: Victorian Anti-Feminist Women Novelists. She has also edited Harriet Martineau: Selected Letters and Records of Girlhood: Nineteenth-Century Women's Childhoods.

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