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  • Author:
    Zuzanna Shonfield
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    0192122657
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    978-0192122650
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    Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (May 21, 1987)
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    320 pages
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Zuzanna Shonfield (1987). The Precariously Privileged: A Medical Man's Family in Victorian London. Oxford University Press. p. 19. ISBN 978-0-19-212265-0.

The diaries, kept from 1870 when Jeannette was 15 through to 1891 when she married, show the Marshall menage in Savile Row to have been narrow in outlook and activities. She too was pronounced ugly, while the Ionides, Coronios and Spartalis were "furriners of doubtful cleanliness".

The author of The Precariously Privileged (1987) a fine, scholarly history of a Victorian .

Zuzanna was born in Warsaw, into a wealthy, cultured Jewish-cum-Roman Catholic family. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987. New York: Oxford, 1986. lt;templatestyles src "Module:Citation/CS1/styles. Raeper, William (1987). Tring, UK; Batavia, Illinois: Lion Publishing. 156. ISBN 0745911234.

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For twenty-three years, Jeanette Marshall, daughter of an eminent anatomist, recorded her impressions of the drawing room society of late Victorian London, which included such intellectual and artistic luminaries as Rosseti, Ford Madox Brown, and Burn Jones's mistress, Mary Zambaco. In constant pursuit of a husband, craftily steering a course between strong-mindedness and frivolity, she applied her brisk realism and caustic manner to paint a vivid and often unexpected picture of Victorian daily life. Drawing on these previously untapped diaries, Zuzanna Shonfield reconstructs the life of the Marshall family and charts the trials and fortunes, both comic and poignant, which befell these precariously privileged newcomers to London society.