domesticity


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home life

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the quality of being domestic or domesticated

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domestic activities or life

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Already then, the lawn was being promoted as a badge of contented domesticity and virtue.
The list for Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle would begin like this: a missing cat, an anonymous call, clairvoyants and domesticity, war, a fashion designer named Nutmeg and her son who doesn't speak, wet dreams, labor camps, toupees, Mongolia.
Contract award: supply of insured kkh with absorbent incontinence aids and medical records in domesticity.
The 33-year-old had candidly spoken about the difficulties that she faced after she quit her modelling career in London for domesticity with Sanders in Los Angeles.
The cover of Medieval Domesticity falls well within this ideal, adorned with a little-known image of the Holy Family drawn from The Hours of Catherine of Cleves (circa 1440).
The overall theme is domesticity, with the artists taking childhood, ageing and adulthood as their subject matter.
investigates the decline of Victorian familialism as evidenced in the writings of Dickens, George Eliot, and Henry James, who he sees as emblematic of the sudden shift in the Victorian portrayal of domesticity.
Sweeping the German Nation: Domesticity and National Identity in Germany, 1870-1945.
A boon to elderly and disabled residents who might find normal domesticity a struggle.
There are dozens of other breeds more suited to domesticity.
This conflict over family life and domesticity demonstrated the agency of freedwomen when interacting with northern reformers.
A clear window into cultural views of Italian history, particularly attesting to the restrictive concept of female domesticity that was so widespread and ingrained in the setting.
19) in order to awaken a reader's awareness that the history of women in the 19th century is not limited to the suffragette movement and Victorian domesticity.
Around the Family Altar: Domesticity in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1865-1900.
Hirshman rightly reminds us, too, of the peril of forgetting or dismissing the feminist critique of full-time domesticity and motherhood.