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Mrs. Robinson’s Disgrace by Kate Summerscale

Prior to 1858, obtaining a divorce in England was costly and difficult, which meant that it was reserved for the wealthy elite.  But that year, a new Court of Matrimonial Causes was established to grant divorces without the great expense … Continue reading

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