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The Working-Classes in Victorian Fiction

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by P. J. Keating
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The Working-Classes in Victorian Fiction by P. J. Keating

First published in 1971. The book examines the presentation of the urban and industrial working classes in Victorian fiction. It considers the different types of working men and women who appear in fiction, the environments they are shown to inhabit, and the use of phonetics to indicate the sound of working class voices. Evidence is drawn from a wide range of major and minor fiction, and new light is cast on Dickens, Mrs Gaskell, Charles Kingsley, George Gissing, Rudyard Kipling and Arthur Morrison. This book would be of interest to students of literature, sociology and history.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 338
Size: 11.8 MB
Publisher: Routledge
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781317232261 (PDF)

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