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The Anti Society an account of The Victorian Underworld

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The vivid detail of the entire spectacle of the great Victorian underworld. (out of print)
Hardcover, 69 pages
Published 1970 by Gambit Inc
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Carla Laureano
Jan 28, 2012 Carla Laureano rated it liked it
I'm reading this for novel research, but still finding it fascinating. This is the seedier part of English society of which you get a glimpse if you've read anything Dickens wrote. Ever wonder what a costermonger is? Want to know the difference between the "professional ring" (illegal prizefighting) and amateur matches under Queensbury rules? All here. If you love Victorian society (or want to know about the sketchy underworld you glimpse in the new Sherlock Holmes movies), this is the book for ...more
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