Richard Armitage tangentially related

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~ by Servetus on August 18, 2019.

12 Responses to “Richard Armitage tangentially related”

  1. I didn’t notice the mended trousers. But what about the mauve stream from Fanny’s frock and gloves to Boucher’s corpse? Actually mauve was created in 1856, but I found really a clever thing use it for show how fashion works, from spoiled rich people to workers and environment.
    A very interesting selection, as usual, thank you!

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    • You probably should have written this article. One thing that i love about N&S is that basically every object in every scene is accurate — or if it’s not accurate, there’s a really good reason for the divergence (e.g., bonnet styles). You can teach a whole class on material culture just via this film.

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  2. Must admit I got a kick out of the Americanisms post, especially the comments. 😂

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    • I love that some of the things bug them, too. Then again, there’s stuff on that list that just makes me shake my head.

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  3. Again so much interesting material – Thanks most of all for the links to the two lithub articles!

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  4. What a fascinating article about sex and the romance novel! Now you’ve got me wondering if I should make my girls wait to read my books when they are older….?

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  5. I just saw that Springsteen movie two days ago with my daughter and loved it! Film is set in 1987, I was the same age the guy is in that movie at that time so my daughter wanted to see my old yearbook of the time to compare fashion with the movie. 🙂

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    • I loved it, too — and I think I heard Born in the USA around the same time that guy did, a bit after its release. I was expecting something good because I had liked Bend it Like Beckham but this exceeded my expectations.

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