The Living and the Dead: A Victorian Language of Flowers, ‘invisible’ lesbians and the New Woman

[This story was published on December 30 on the BAVS Neo-Victorian blog. Read the original story at┬ávictorianist.wordpress.com/2016/12/30/neo-victorian-review-the-living-and-the-dead-a-victorian-language-of-flowers-invisible-lesbians-and-the-new-woman] It is autumn, 1894. A woman with a red dress and black hair stumbles through the misty forests of Shepzoy in Somerset. Attacked suddenly by an unseen force before the daguerreotype-style opening credits of The Living and the […]