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I left out a sentence you checked before. I just want to know if it is OK now. Thank you.

Victorian family was a patriarchal unit where the husband represented the authority and women were in charge of (the) children's education and the management of the house. Single women with children were ostracised and marginalised as fallen women.

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  1. I remember reading that several days ago? Yes, it is OK, but I would begin with the word "A"= A Victorian family , etc.

    Sra

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  2. This is an excellent site for information on the Victorian era
    http://www.victorianweb.org/

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