Review: Reform Acts: Chartism, Social Agency, and the Victorian Novel, 1832–1867 by Chris R. Vanden Bossche
Carolyn Lesjak, Associate Professor of English at Simon Fraser University, is the author of Working Fictions: A Genealogy of the Victorian Novel (2006). Her essay “Reading Dialectically” appeared in Criticism in 2013, and “From Wollstonecraft to Gissing and Hardy”: The Revolutionary Emergence of Women, Children, and Labor in Novelistic Narrative” was published in The Cambridge History of the English Novel (2012). She is now completing a book on the material basis of character in Victorian literature and its relationship to notions of the common(s).
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Carolyn Lesjak; Review: Reform Acts: Chartism, Social Agency, and the Victorian Novel, 1832–1867 by Chris R. Vanden Bossche . Nineteenth-Century Literature 1 September 2015; 70 (2): 277–282. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ncl.2015.70.2.277
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