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place on its own: Re-imagining home in late-Victorian slum fiction.

Mary Ellen Kappler

place on its own: Re-imagining home in late-Victorian slum fiction.

by Mary Ellen Kappler

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Published .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination212 leaves.
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19886596M
ISBN 100612943216

  "Slumming is a well-written and -researched book that will be of great use to scholars in history, literature, women's studies, and gay studies. Koven is a gifted writer and has used newspapers, novels, institutional records and newsletters, and several pictures and artworks to make his : Princeton University Press. The book also appears conflicted between its apparent goal of taking a realistic, dispassionate look at slum life on the one hand, and the preaching, didactic, and idealistic elements which permeate the story. The book moves uneasily between a realistic novel and a novel of ideas/5(12).

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But it wasn't just literature that was nostalgic; it was also art. He was one of the pioneers of slum fiction which tried to alert the comfortable and affluent upper classes about the need to improve the deplorable conditions of the life and work of the lower classes in late-Victorian England.

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The places where this book takes place truly existed in the East End of London over years ago, but no longer exists as there was a massive slum clearance many many years ago.

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