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Title: The Corset

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Subject: Europe
Author: Malinda Peterson
Date: September 15, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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For example, the Greeks and Romans controlled the type, color, and number of undergarments worn by women and the kind of fabric decor used on them. The torso became the sculpting block of feminine beauty. This was the beginning of the corset, a restraining, essential item in the women’s attire through the 19th century...

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It extended from the underarm to just below the waist. The typical female’s corset was made stiff with metal or wood. Again, a woman of higher economical or social standing would have one made special with whalebone. During this time and through the Romantic period, a woman was put to shame if she was found absent of a corset or her waist size was not small enough...

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