Some rhetorical strategies in later nineteenth-century laboring-class poetry

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Goodridge, J (2005)
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    - John Goodridge, ed., and eBridgetKeegan, associate ed., Nineteenth-Century Brian Maidment, ed., The Poorhouse Fugitives: Self-Taught Poets and Poetry in Victorian Britain (Manchester: Carcanet, 1987).

    English Labourinrg-Class Poets 1800-1900, 3 vols., gen. ed. John Goodridge English Labouring-Class Poets, 1860-1900, vol. 3 of Nineteenth-Century (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2006). I am grateful to Professor Keegan for P<http://human.ntu.ac.uk/research/labouringclasswriters/elsie1.htm>, visited 1 her work on many materials in the present essay, including research on the Hartley disaster (see note 16).

    June 2006.

    For more on Ben Brierley, see Ben Huk, Ben Brierley 1825-1896 (Manchester: Neil Richardson, 1995); “Benjamin Brierley,” Oxford Dictonary of National Biography, online edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).

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