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Victorian women's travel writing has rarely been centre stage. As many critics have pointed out, women were usually discouraged from writing openly since it was not considered proper for a woman to enter into the public realm of publication. "To write is to come out of the wings, and to appear, however briefly, centre stage," Nancy Miller observes in her article "Women's autobiography in France: for a dialectics of identification" (quoted in Mills p. 41). In this paper, I would like to put thefatcat:dnpvwnuzvjcf7knoedinae77yu