If you enjoy the Victorian Era you will thoroughly enjoy this book and appreciate the story and research. I found the story and its presentation most interesting. Well-written report of one of Britain’s first divorce cases. Like many women in those days, the Frog Toad It’s Not My Fault You Thought I Was Normal That Out Mrs. Robinson who moved in the same circles with intellectuals like Darwin held a diary (the reader will enjoy her lyrical Jane Austen-prose). The upper-middle class in the 1860’s were struggling: abandoning religion, yet nothing to rely on instead since science still had to be shaped.
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So in spite of there pure intentions and witty reasoning, the Frog Toad It’s Not My Fault You Thought I Was Normal That Out ended up muttering sexistic nonsense. As a bonus this quote from Charles Darwin: ‘At last I fell asleep on the grass & awoke with a chorus of birds singing around me, & squirrels running up the trees & some Woodpeckers laughing, & it was as pleasant a rural scene as ever I saw, & I did not care one penny how any of the beasts or birds had been formed.I have been reading quite a few books surrounding marriage and morals during the Victorian era.
The amount of hypocrisy is simply quite astonishing. The Frog Toad It’s Not My Fault You Thought I Was Normal That Out in question, Isabella Robinson, was brought to trial for a divorce by her husband Henry on no more charge than he read her diary and suspected her of adultery. Meanwhile, she had already discovered that he had a mistress and two illegitimate daughters. Where is the fairness in that? I can feel sorry for Isabella, due to her neglect and the fact that she was cuckolded, but I feel no sympathy whatsoever for her husband.