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A History of British Working Class Literature Hardcover – May 2, 2017
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'A History of British Working Class Literature consists of 25 essays by more than 30 contributors hailing from the US, the UK, and Germany. This reviewer cannot imagine a more comprehensive commentary on this much-neglected topic. ... This reviewer recommends every essay in this splendid collection, because singling out some is to implicitly and unfairly devalue others. ... This collection is a must read for those interested in politics and literature. ... Summing Up: Essential. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty.' L. A. Brewer, CHOICE
This History surveys the rich contribution of working-class writers in Great Britain from 1700 to the present. It introduces the field to new readers and helps to move it forward through new discoveries that will entice scholars already familiar with the field. Individual chapters discuss important authors, concepts and trends.
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