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Digitized Titles by Evelyn Whitaker
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Miss Toosey's Mission
Laddie & Lassie
Tip Cat
Letters to Our Working Party
Our Little Ann
Lil
Zoe
Pen
Pris
Rose and Lavender
Baby John
Don
Baby Bob
For the Fourth Time of Asking
Pomona
My Honey
Belle
Rob [Rob and Kit]
Tom's Boy
Faithful
Lassie & Laddie
Gay, a Story
K Cummings Pipes
Christ Church, San Pancras, Albany Street
The Woman Novelist as Theologian
Whitaker Citings
Links
Unlisted pages
The writings of Evelyn Whitaker (1857-1903) provide descriptions and insights into 19th Century life and culture, notably:
  1.  medicine, medical training, nursing, public health
  2.  religion, details of its practice both in church worship and in daily life, the challenge to traditional Anglican worship by both "Puseyites" and "Methodists"
  3. gender, Victorian ideals of womanhood and of manhood and how those ideals are adapted over the 30  year span of her  writings
  4. descriptions of rural life and attitudes, tensions and interactions between urban and rural economies
  5. transition to mechanized agriculture
  6. commentary on the literary world of newspapers and novels
  7. education, particularly the education of women
  8. organization and management of households from many different levels of society
  9. commentary, perhaps offered as a gentle corrective, on various areas of class structure and social justice.
  10. childhood
  11. death and dying

TOPICAL INDEX

[This section is still in early stages of development.  I'll be adding notes to it as I read and re-read the titles.  If you have read any books by Evelyn Whitaker and have suggestions for this listing, please contact me at the email address at the bottom of this page.  Thanks.  kcp]

Africa (see also Boer War)
Miss Toosey's Mission
aged, old age
Laddie
Lassie
Letters to Our Working Party
Miss Toosey's Mission
agricultural laborers
Tip Cat
Zoe

agricultural machinery

alcohlism
Pen
Lassie
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1
amusements
play
pigeion racing
toys
art & artists
Pomona
atheism (athaeism)
Letters to Our Working Party

Australia
Lil

authors
Dickens, Charles
Letter to Our Working Party
baptism
Zoe

Boer War
Lassie

boot making
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1
Rose and Lavender
button holes
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1
Church of England
Miss Toosey's Mission
My Honey
Tip Cat
Zoe
diphtheria
Gay
dogs
Tip Cat
My Honey
Gay
Dear
education of women
Faithful
Miss Toosey's Mission
Our Little Ann
Lil
Lassie
epilepsy
Dear
environmental pollution
Letters to Our Working Party
factories & factory workers
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1

faith

fever hospital (Homerton)
Gay
fire
 

flowers, language of
Laddie
Gay
Lassie
Zoe

Haggerston
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1
Home Missions
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1

India
Tip Cat
My Honey

military service
Lassie

scarlet fever
Tip Cat

Temperance

toys
Tip Cat

typhoid
Lassie

vicarage
My Honey
Letters to Our Working Party, chapter 1
 
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