Contemporary British Fiction and the Cultural Politics of by A. Beaumont

By A. Beaumont

through analyzing the illustration of city area in modern British fiction, this booklet argues that key to the political left's procedure used to be a version of motion which folded politics into tradition and increased disenfranchisement to the prestige of a political principle.

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