Voices of Anger and Hope
Studies in the Literature of Labour and Socialism
The leading historian in this field here offers a number of specific studies which do much to illuminate the politics, literature and culture of alternative visions.
Contents: Introduction. “Moral Force” and “Physical Force” in the Poetry of Chartism: John Mitchell and David Wright of Aberdeen; Mrs Rochester and Mr Cooper: Alternative Visions of Class, History and Rebellion in the “Hungry Forties”; Voices of Anger and Hope from the 1840s to the 1940s: Hugh Williams, T.E. Nicholas and Idris Davies; Bart Kennedy: Hater of Slavery, Tramp and Professor of Walking; Rebels on the Stage: Turn-of-the-Century Plays by Wilde, Galsworthy, Jones and Lawrence; The Shipbuilders’ Story; Felled Trees – Fallen Soldiers; Individual, Community and Conflict in Scottish Working-Class Fiction, 1920-1940; Genteel Anarchism: Herbert Read’s Poetry of Two Wars; Foregrounding the Kitchen: Everyday Domestic Life in Painting and Drama (with illustrations); Anti-authoritarianism in James Kelman’s Late-Twentieth-Century Fiction; John Burnside’s Living Nowhere as Industrial Fiction. Index.
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