Victorian classics don’t need TV to sex them up – they’re risque enough already | Kathryn Hughes | Opinion | The Guardian

From George Eliot’s menstruation references to Anne Brontë’s depiction of alcoholism, 19th-century literature is less uptight than you might think

Source: Victorian classics don’t need TV to sex them up – they’re risque enough already | Kathryn Hughes | Opinion | The Guardian

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