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After schooling in Islington , north London, and Heidelberg , Germany, she married Samuel Orchart Beeton , an ambitious publisher and magazine editor. In , less than a year after the wedding, Beeton began writing for one of her husband's publications, The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine. She translated French fiction and wrote the cookery column, though all the recipes were plagiarised from other works or sent in by the magazine's readers. In the Beetons launched a series of page monthly supplements to The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine ; the 24 instalments were published in one volume as Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management in October , which sold 60, copies in the first year. Beeton was working on an abridged version of her book, which was to be titled The Dictionary of Every-Day Cookery , when she died of puerperal fever in February at the age of She gave birth to four children, two of whom died in infancy, and had several miscarriages. Two of her biographers, Nancy Spain and Kathryn Hughes , posit the theory that Samuel had unknowingly contracted syphilis in a premarital liaison with a prostitute, and had unwittingly passed the disease on to his wife.
The book best known as Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management , also published as Mrs Beeton's Cookery Book , is an extensive guide to running a household in Victorian Britain, edited by Isabella Beeton and first published as a book in Previously published in parts, it initially and briefly bore the title Beeton's Book of Household Management , as one of the series of guide-books published by her husband, Samuel Beeton. The recipes were highly structured, in contrast to those in earlier cookbooks. It was illustrated with many monochrome and colour plates. Although Mrs Beeton died in , the book continued to be a best-seller.
Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management
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Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management
In doing so, it concludes that the line from the Victorian Mrs. Beeton to the Martha Stewarts of our own day is a fairly direct one. In fact, Beeton filched many of her recipes from previously published materials, although she borrowed in an eclectic fashion: she drew from French chefs working in great aristocratic households but also from female cookery experts like Eliza Acton and Maria Rundell, who had written with more modest households in mind.
Although, on the one hand, it sometimes seems that nineteenth-century novels were overflowing with details, there are limits to how much stuff a novel can describe without threatening the integrity of the narrative. From a focus on narrative, plot and story in the first three chapters, Time, Domesticity and Print Culture now turns to a wholly different way of telling time. As I explain in this chapter, the Book of Household Management conceptualizes domestic time not primarily through narrative, but through the organization of information.
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