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Culture, Class and Gender in the Victorian Novel: Gentlemen, Gents and Working Women

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This book examines the interrelation of social class and its literary representation in Victorian Britain, focusing for the first time on the emergence of the lower middle class as a social and cultural phenomenon. It places the evolution of the lower middle class and its relation to other classes within the social structure of nineteenth-century England and within the his ...more
Hardcover, 237 pages
Published September 11th 1999 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published July 5th 1999)
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