Home in British Working-Class Fiction offers a fresh take on British working-class writing that turns away from a masculinist, work-based understanding of class in favour of home, gender, domestic labour and the family kitchen. Examining key works by Robert Tressell, Alan Sillitoe, D.H. Lawrence, Buchi Emecheta, Pat Barker, Jeanette Winterson and James Kelman, among many others, Nicola Wilson demonstrates the importance of home's role in the making and expression of class feeling and identity.
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|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781317121367 (DRM-PDF)|
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