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The Victorians and after, 1830-1914, by Edith C. Batho and Bonamy Dobree; with a chapter on the economic background by Guy Chapman
Bib ID 1662312
Format BookBook
Author
Batho, Edith C. (Edith Clara), 1895-
 
Edition 3rd ed., revised & reset. 
Description London, Cresset, 1962 
xx, 360 p. 21 cm. 
Series

Introductions to English literature ; v. 4.

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 131-351.

Subjects English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.  |  English literature -- 19th century -- Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Dobree, Bonamy, 1891-  |  Chapman, Guy

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