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Title: SUPERINTENDING THE POOR
Description: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1993 . Hardback in black, gilt to spine, in two-colour pictorial jacket. Size: octavo (217x144mm). xii,196 pages with notes, list of works cited and index. Subtitled: Charitable Ladies and Paternal Landlords in British Fiction, 1770-1860 With material from many sources she shows how from close reading it is possible to see how authors such as Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, William Godwin, Hannah More and Arthur Young reflected contemporary conflict between the mainly town-dwelling middle classes and the traditional country aristocrats as to the best way to ease the lot of the agricultural poor. ISBN:0-300-05559-5.

Keywords: Robert Badge, Henry Mackenzie, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, William Godwin, Hannah More and Arthur Young 0-300-05559-5

Price: GBP 9.00 = appr. US$ 12.85 Seller: David Spenceley Books
- Book number: 3702

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