Review: The Chartist Imaginary: Literary Form in Working-Class Political Theory and Practice by Margaret A. Loose
Rob Breton is Associate Professor in the Department of English Studies at Nipissing University. He is the author of “Crime Reporting in Chartist Newspapers,” which appeared in Media History (2013), and “Diverting the Drunkard’s Path: Chartist Temperance Narratives,” in Victorian Literature and Culture (2013). His essay “Genre in the Chartist Periodical” was published in The Working-Class Intellectual in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Literature, edited by Aruna Krishnamurthy (2009).
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Rob Breton; Review: The Chartist Imaginary: Literary Form in Working-Class Political Theory and Practice by Margaret A. Loose . Nineteenth-Century Literature 1 September 2015; 70 (2): 274–277. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ncl.2015.70.2.274
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