The working classes in Victorian fiction [by] P.J. Keating.

New York, Barnes and Noble [1971] .

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Subjects English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
English fiction.
Great Britain -- History -- Victoria, 1837-1901.
Great Britain.
Working class -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Working class in literature.
Working class writings, English -- History and criticism.
Working class writings, English.
Working class.
Description xiii, 310 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-301).
Contents The two traditions, 1820-80 -- New lines and continuing traditions -- George Gissing -- Walter Besant and the 'discovery' of the East End -- French naturalism and English working-class fiction -- Rudyard Kipling and Cockney archetypes -- Arthur Morrison and the tone of violence -- The Cockney school -- Industrialism, urbanism and class conflict -- The phonetic representation of Cockney.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)263533
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Keating, P. J.
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