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A mighty mass of brick and smoke

£27.99

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Of all eras of London's history, the Victorian and Edwardian city continues to stimulate the literary, visual, and popular imaginations like no other. This collection explores the unique relationship between the literary, and more broadly, artistic imagination and experience of the Victorian and Edwardian city. It includes some major figures such as Wordsworth, Dickens, and James, but also other writers and artists who are all but forgotten. Bringing together some of the leading scholars working on representations of Victorian and Edwardian London, this collection will be of interest to scholars, researchers and students working on literary London and more broadly the urban in the nineteenth- and early twentieth-centuries. 2007 hardback book in "as new" condition. In pictorial boards. No marks or inscriptions. Not ex-library

Item details

Author(s):
Lawrence Phillips
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
23x16cms
Edition:
2007
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
9042022906
ISBN-13:
9789042022904
Number of pages:
306
Publisher:
Rodopi
Title:
A Mighty Mass of Brick and Stone.

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Of all eras of London's history, the Victorian and Edwardian city continues to stimulate the literary, visual, and popular imaginations like no other. This collection explores the unique relationship between the literary, and more broadly, artistic imagination and experience of the Victorian and Edwardian city. It includes some major figures such as Wordsworth, Dickens, and James, but also other writers and artists who are all but forgotten. Bringing together some of the leading scholars working on representations of Victorian and Edwardian London, this collection will be of interest to scholars, researchers and students working on literary London and more broadly the urban in the nineteenth- and early twentieth-centuries. 2007 hardback book in "as new" condition. In pictorial boards. No marks or inscriptions. Not ex-library

Author(s):
Lawrence Phillips
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
23x16cms
Edition:
2007
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
9042022906
ISBN-13:
9789042022904
Number of pages:
306
Publisher:
Rodopi
Title:
A Mighty Mass of Brick and Stone.

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