Homes and Homelessness in the Victorian Imagination
The essays in this volume deal centrally with Dickens's images of homelessness, but also with those of other Victorians also - Disraeli, Mrs Gaskell, Israel Zangwill, John Ruskin and Henry James. The issues addressed by these Victorians are the same as those we face today.
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