Dickens's England: life in Victorian times

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Sutton, Jan 1, 2002 - Social Science - 284 pages
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An intriguing miscellany of some of the best, wittiest, and most unusual Victorian writing, Dickens's England brings to life, through these writers' careful observations and acute comments, the variety, the energy, and the often harsh reality of the society that produced and inspired one of England's most famous authors.

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Born and brought up in India, a graduate of Balliol College, Oxford, R E Pritchard taught Renaissance English literature at Keele University, Staffordshire. He has published on a variety of subjects including D H Lawrence, medieval misericords, Renaissance women's poetry, John Donne and the Jacobean traveller, Tom Coryate.

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