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A History of Self-Representation in Britain, 1832-1920



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Subjectivities by Regenia Gagnier
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The author suggests that whereas bourgeois subjectivity ordinarily resembles the central and progressively developing self of such novels as David Copperfield, working class subjectivity consists of attention to working environment and community that diminishes the concern with self. These differences account for the relative valuations placed on middle class and working class autobiographies by the literary establishment.
Release date Australia
February 14th, 1991
Country of Publication
United States
frontispiece, 2 halftones, table
Oxford University Press Inc
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