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Why Did Victorians Boil Themselves To Death In The Bath?

The horrors of the Victorian bathroom


Cleanliness was of the utmost importance to Victorians. Any notion of bodily fluids or smells was abhorrent to them. They went to great lengths to expunge any trace of any odor from their bodies. The middle and upper classes wanted to distance themselves from any of…




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