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The discussion of middle-class whiteness, thus, implicitly engaged women in the “THE BEAUTY OF HER HANDS” 33 colonial discourses of the day; women were encouraged to maintain their skin as white, the standard skin color that all other races were measured against. As we will see, whiteness became central not only to the self-definition of middle-class women but it also helped define the working class as the racial “other” within English borders. In a more immediate way, though, women’s concern for their skin had to do with upholding the tenets of the perfect middle-class family.
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This situation—the need to show that one is leisured while still participating in manual labor—meant that women needed to perform their status as leisured. McClintock, Imperial Leather, 216; John Tosh, “New Men? Bourgeois Cult of Home,” in Victorian Values: Personalities and Perspectives in Nineteenth-Century Society, ed. Gordon Marsden (London: Longman, 1998), 80; Patricia Branca, “Image and Reality: The Myth of the Ideal Victorian Woman,” in Clio’s Consciousness Raised: New Perspectives on the History of Women, ed.