Gustav Klaus, ed. The Socialist Novel in Britain.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Gustav Klaus, editor. The Socialist Novel in Britain. Towards the Recovery of a Tradition.

Sussex: The Harvester Press, 1982.

200 páginas.



1 – Chartist fiction and the development of a class-based literature / Martha Vicinus

2 – Between Chartism and the 1880s: J. W. Overton and E. Lynn Linton / J. M. Rignall

3 – Margaret Harkness and the socialist novel / John Goode

4 – Early harvest: three anti-capitalist novels published in 1914 / Jack Mitchell

5 – Silhouettes of revolution: some neglected novels of the early 1920s / H. Gustav Klaus

6 – Working-class, proletarian, socialist: problems in some Welsh novels / Raymond Williams

7 – The language of the working-class novel of the 1930s / Ramón López Ortega

8 – Militancy, anger and resignation: alternative moods in the working-class novel of the 1950s and early 1960s / Ingrid von Rosenberg

9 – Socialist fiction and the education of desire: Mervyn Jones, Raymond Williams, John Berger / Kiernan Ryan

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