Dickens’s England by Michael and Mollie Hardwick
The Victorian period was, in Tennyson's phrase, "an awful moment of transition". A society largely based on agriculture and traditional values and social hierarchies was transformed into one both stimulated and disordered by unprecedented growth in science, technology, industry, urbanization and population, and profound questioning of politics, morality and religion. The authors examine Dickens's work within this wider social and cultural context. The main part of the work, examines every scene and building connected at all significantly with Dickens which can still be seen today.
- Publisher Book Club Associates, London;1976
- Burgundy Cloth Hardback, 172 pp
- Contains 32 pages of B&W plates
- Size 220 x 140mm, 575g
Condition: Good – Unclipped Dust Jacket, Small Owners Bookplate, Good Copy
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