Victorian Urban Settings

Victorian Urban Settings : Essays on the Nineteenth-Century City and its Contexts

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 15.24mm | 340g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138864269
  • 9781138864269

Table of contents

Introduction, Harold Perkin * Commercial Sites: The Early Victorian Development of Cannon Street, Linda R. Krause * Mapping Contagion in Victorian London: Disease in the East End, Mary Burgan * Symbols of Success in Suburbia: The Establishment of Artists' Communities in Late Victorian London, Joseph F. Lamb * London, Dickens, and the Theatre of Homelessness, Murray Baumgarten * Disvaluing the Popular: London Street Culture, "Industrial Literacy," and the Emergence of Mass Culture in Victorian England, Edward Jacobs * The City, the Country, and Communities of Singing Women: Music in the Novels of Elizabeth Gaskell, Alisa M. Clapp * "Oor Location": Scotswomen Poets and theTransition from Rural to Urban Culture, Florence S. Boos * Re-forming London: George Cruikshank and the Victorian Age, Anne L. Helmreich * Photography and the Image of the London Poor, Thomas Prasch * Midnight Scenes and Social Photographs: Thomas Annan's Glasgow, Ian Spring * Lessons in Stone: Architecture and Academic Ethos in an Urban Setting, Sarah Barnes * Indexshow more

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