Locating Classed Subjectivities: Intersections of Space and Working-Class Life in Nineteenth-, Twentieth-, and Twenty-First-Century British Writing (Paperback)

Locating Classed Subjectivities: Intersections of Space and Working-Class Life in Nineteenth-, Twentieth-, and Twenty-First-Century British Writing By Simon Lee (Editor) Cover Image
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Locating Classed Subjectivities explores representations of social class in British fiction through the lens of spatial theory and analysis.

About the Author


Simon Lee is Assistant Professor of English at Texas State University where he researches and teaches post-war British Literature with a particular focus on working-class writing and culture. He has published a range of scholarship on British writing, specifically authors like Alan Sillitoe, Shelagh Delaney, Colin MacInnes, Nell Dunn, and John Osborne.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780367635145
ISBN-10: 0367635143
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: January 29th, 2024
Pages: 240
Language: English