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The Victorian Music Hall: Culture, Class and Conflict

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This book is the first serious study of the Victorian Music Hall from a national perspective. It outlines the history of the halls, their programs and the particular composition of their audiences. It then goes on to deal with specific conflicts in London and the regions in terms of class and culture, whereby the London scene is shown as being untypical for the nation as a whole. As such it presents the reader with an entirely new perspective and a wealth of previously unpublished source material.

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Author Dagmar Kift, Roy Kift
Binding Hardcover
Condition New
Pages 189
ISBN-13 9780521474726
Publisher Cambridge University Press


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