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Financial History 1-10: Guilty Money: The City of London in Victorian and Edwardian Culture, 1815-1914

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'Both informative and witty, Michie's book is a must for historians of finance as well as for those of culture'. Financial History Review 'One of the virtues of this work is that it brings to the reader a mass of obscure works of fiction featuring the City, or City-located characters.' Reviews in History 'The author takes the unusual but inventive approach of mining the period's novels as source materials for this financial history, using an extensive array of British fiction ... Recommended.' CHOICE 'This book can be recommended to anyone seeking to understand shifts in popular attitudes toward finance and the strengths and limits of using literary evidence for this purpose.' EH.net '[Richie] has unearthed a mass of overlooked and underexplored novels.' Victorian Studies 'enjoyable and often illuminating and deserves a wide readership willing to engage with the debates it suggests.' Business History Review
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