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HESTER, first publsihed in 1883, is both a remarkable portrayal of two strong women and a fascinating study of capitalism and the family - those two solid mainstays of Victorian England.

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Philip Davis is the author of The Victorians 1830-1880 in the new Oxford English Literary History series.

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