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“Underneath the Parasol”: Umbrellas as Symbols of Imperialism, Race, Youth, Flirtation, and Masculinity

Ariel Beaujot

Source: Victorian Fashion Accessories, 2012, Berg Fashion Library

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Narratives are a way for human beings of the past and present to understand their experiences and guide their actions.Somers, “The Narrative Constitution of Identity,” 613–14. An important metanarrative of Victorian society was the advent of democracy and constitutional government. Every British school child of the nineteenth century knew the progressive narrative of the rise of parliamentary democracy beginning with the Magna Carta, passing through the “Glorious Revolution,” and ending with the

Umbrellas and Parasols

Anna König

Source: The Berg Companion to Fashion, 2010, Berg Fashion Library

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