Izabella Mary Beeton
Date of Birth: 03/12/1836
Place of birth: London
Citizenship: United Kingdom
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Isabella Beeton (Isabella Mary Beeton), also known as Mrs Beeton (Mrs Beeton), was born in 1836 in London, England (Cheapside, London, England), in a bourgeois family. Her father, Benjamin Mason (Benjamin Mayson), died in early childhood Isabella, and mother, Elizabeth Dzherrem (Elizabeth Jerram), remarried, for Henry Dorling (Henry Dorling). Dorling, grown rich on the device well-known races in Epsom (Epsom, Surrey), and raised Isabella.
She graduated from high school in the German Heidelberg (Heidelberg, Germany), and then returned to the stepfather`s house in Epsom. By the time Isabelle was, among other things, an excellent amateur pianist.
During one of his trips to London, 20-year-old Isabella met Samuel Orchartom Beaton (Samuel Orchart Beeton), a publisher of books and popular magazines; July 10, 1865 they were married. In this family there was eventually four sons, two of whom, unfortunately, died in infancy. Even more unfortunately, the last son was the cause of death of most of Isabel - she died at the age of 28 years from postpartum fever, it was February 6, 1865.
Write articles on cooking and housekeeping Izabellanachala at the age of 23 years; published its notes in publications husband.
The first book of Mrs. Beeton came in 1861, it was composed of articles for a monthly supplement to the magazine `The Englishwoman`s Domestic Magazine`. The title of her book - `Mrs Beeton`s Book of Household Management` (book on the conduct of Mrs. Beeton household) - is a shortened version of the original name, which sounds like the original` The Book of Household Management Comprising information for the Mistress, Housekeeper, Cook , Kitchen-Maid, Butler, Footman, Coachman, Valet, Upper and Under House-Maids, Lady`s-Maid, Maid-of-all-Work, Laundry-Maid, Nurse and Nurse-Maid, Monthly Wet and Sick Nurses, etc. etc. - Also Sanitary, Medical, & Legal Memoranda: with a History of the Origin, Properties, and Uses of all Things Connected with Home Life and Comfort` ((Book of the household, consisting of information for housewives, housekeepers, cooks, dishwashers, butler , footmen, coachmen, valet, housekeeping, maid, handyman maid, laundress, nurse and maid nurse, nurses, etc. - as well as the hygiene, medical and legal notes from the origin story, the properties and the use of all things related to home life and komfortom`).
Despite the intricate and long name, this book instantly became a real bestseller, and has become a reference book of every British housewives.
`The book is about the conduct of Mrs Biton` household contains a lot of useful and necessary tips, presenting an excellent and very detailed guide to the life and housekeeping. Fashion, parenting, growing vegetables, household poisons, managing the house and servants, religious issues, industry issues, and a lot of other useful and even necessary information, supplemented with beautiful illustrations, fit into more than 1,000-page edition weighty.
However, mainly in the book of Mrs. Beeton was, of course, recipes. It is for them, even her work received its second name - `Cookbook Mrs. Biton`. About 900 recipes from Mrs. Beaton became an indispensable guide almost every British hostess.
It is interesting that the book of Isabella Beeton relevant today, thus it keeps the original record.
Were addressed to the successful publication and criticism - it is believed that many of Mrs. Beeton recipes borrowed from books by other authors. However, it was not possible to create a precedent here - the book and the original has not been declared, as, in fact, a reference to people of moderate means. And because Mrs. Beaton acted more in the role of the author-compiler, rather than just the author.
Isabella Beeton died February 6, 1865, after the birth of their fourth child, even before they reach 30 years old. She was buried at West Norwood Cemetery in London.
In 2006, the BBC released movie `The Secret Life of Mrs. Biton` (The Secret Life of Mrs Beeton), in which Isabella Beeton was represented furious feminist who in life it is not at all; the cause of death of Isabel, her children and her husband was called syphilis. Subsequently, directed by John Jones (Jon Jones) publicly admitted that all this - the result of the author`s fiction in order to give the film a great artistry (or scandalous), and no relation to the real Isabella Beeton has. However, by the time the film is already seeing millions of people.
Beaton House in London was completely destroyed during the German bombing in September 1940; Now this place - shopping areas, but the street that bears the name of the spouses Beaton - Beeton Close.