Intemperate Narratives:: Tory Tipplers, Liberal Abstainers, and Victorian British Socialist Fiction
This article discusses the attitudes to and representations of alcohol consumption in the journalism and literature of four Victorian British socialist periodicals: Robert Blatchford's Clarion, the Social Democratic Federation's Justice, Keir Hardie's Labour Leader and Joseph Burgess's Workman's Times.
Citation : Mutch, D. (2008) Intemperate Narratives:: Tory Tipplers, Liberal Abstainers, and Victorian British Socialist Fiction. Victorian Literature and Culture, 36 (2), pp. 471-487
Research Group : Centre for Textual Studies (CTS)
Research Institute : Institute of English
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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