Working Class Fiction

BookWorking Class Fiction

Working Class Fiction

from Chartism to Trainspotting

Writers and their Work

1996

March 1st, 1996

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A comprehensive introduction to working-class literature over the last 150 years showing how many of these texts have consistently challenged dominant literary, critical and social values. It combines an extensive survey and bibliography with a commitment to working-class writing as a vital area of literary study.

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Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Cover1
Half Title2
Title Page4
Copyright5
Dedication6
Contents8
Acknowledgements9
A Chronology10
1 From Chartism to Socialism16
2 Black Earth: The Interwar Years51
3 The Influence of Affluence: The Road to 1979103
4 Post-industrial Fictions154
Notes176
Select Bibliography185
Index192