By Robert A. Smith
This guide presents a advisor to ancient literature on England among 1760 and 1837, with the exception of the literature and literary feedback of the interval. chosen revealed resource fabric, bibliographies, catalogues, publications, reference articles are all incorporated. The emphasis is works, secondary stories and scholarly on more moderen paintings, no longer lined by means of previous bibliographies, yet all significant paintings is integrated as arc best reviews of Scottish, Welsh and Irish affairs.
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Additional resources for Late Georgian and Regency England, 1760–1837
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882 Osborne, John Walter. The silent revolution: the industrial revolution as a source of cultural change. New York, 1970. 883 Perkin, Harold James. The origins of modern English society, 1780-1880. 1969. Best 'modern' social history. 884 Quinlan, Maurice James. Victorian prelude: a history of English manners, 1700-1830. New York, 1941; reprinted, 1965. ). The standard of living in Britain in the industrial revolution. 1975. Reprinted essays by various scholars with a long, helpful introduction.
Reaction and reconstruction in English politics, 1832-1852. Oxford, 1965. Revises some of the judgments in (462). George, Mary Dorothy. English political caricature: a study of opinion and propaganda. Oxford, 1960, 2 vols. See also (2082). Goodwin, Albert. The friends ofliberty: the English democratic movement in the age of the French Revolution. , 1979. Hall, Walter Phelps. British radicalism, 1791-1797. New York, 1912; reprinted, New York, 1976. Detailed study of pamphlet literature. Hayter, Tony.
Late Georgian and Regency England, 1760–1837 by Robert A. Smith