The Victorians and Social Protest: A Symposium

Butt, J. and I. F. Clarke (editors)
Publication Date 1973
ISBN 9780715357767
Publisher David & Charles,
Binding Hardback
Condition Near fine copy in very good dw
SKU 2025
Notes Previously owner's name to ffep. Slightly bumped to spine. Dw has a very light edge wear and is slightly sunned to spine.


Hardback. 8.5'' x 5.5'', 243pp. A collection of seven interdisciplinary essays on the Victorians and the nature of social concern. The essays cover Robert Owen, the attitudes of Irish immigrants towards Chartism in northern England, Dickens and self-help, John Stuart Mill, Dostoevsky's anti-utopianism, William Morris and Bernard Shaw, and land reform and class conflict. Indexed.
Price: £8.50
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