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Laetitia Houblon’s Letters and Women on the Grand Tour, by Jessica Campbell
During the eighteenth century, the Grand Tour became a popular phenomenon among the upper classes of English society. It became a rite of passage for aristocratic young men to spend anywhere between six months to four years travelling around Europe, … Continue reading