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Cora Reynolds Anderson Lucile E. Triple Crown of Acting winners. Retrieved from " https: In a powerful act of revisionist history and impressive feat of social science, English professor Lillian Nayder has done something to redress the balance with her book The Other Dickens: A Life of Catherine Hogarth. She reveals Catherine as a well-educated, witty woman and highly competent housekeeper sometimes brought low by the physical toll of childbirth but never separated from a love of family, which also sustained her in her later years.
Dickens, the man forever marked by the experience of the blacking factory, was sadly ambivalent about his many dependents, complaining about Catherine's pregnancies as though he did not have much to do with them and sending his sons out into the world at painfully young ages. But Nayder points out that most middle-class Victorians saw large families not as heavy burdens but as proof of long, loving marriages: She uses fertility statistics and the gaps between Catherine's various pregnancies to calculate that the Dickenses were having sex anywhere from once a week to every other day for most of their marriage.
Perhaps because they were the less talented offspring of a demanding and highly successful father or perhaps because the pain of their parents' ugly separation cast a shadow over their lives, the Dickens children did not fare well. Last year, writer Robert Gottlieb complied the sad and rather Freudian catalogue of their destinies in Great Expectations: The Sons and Daughters of Charles Dickens.
What is intriguing about the Dickens-Ternan story in is the way the man was hoist on his own morality, unable to live openly with the woman he loved because he staked so much on a public image built around an imprisoning respectability and a Manichaean view of female sexuality. In the end, the spunky Nelly managed to have it both ways: After his death in , she simply cut 12 years off her age, pretended only to have known Dickens as a child, and resumed the life she might otherwise have led, marrying a young divinity student and raising two children.
Still, as Tomalin points out, she could only be appalled that her shameful secret was now so public.
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