London in the 1890s: A Cultural History by Karl E. Beckson

London in the 1890s: A Cultural History

Karl E. Beckson

nonfiction history challenging informative reflective medium-paced

464 pages | first published 1993


The London of the 1890s was a place of great change, when the seeds of modernism were sown and figures such as Wilde, Shaw, Yeats, Beardsley, Kipling, Gladstone, Beatrice and Sidney Webb, among others, initiated the movements and debates, the grea...
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