Ewan- Victorian- Wealth, The City and Class

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Jude the Obscure - Letter - (1895)
'I think that your'll have a much better chance of success in life by remaining in you own sphere' 'J. Fawley Stone-Cutter'
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Jude the Obscure - Chalk on college wall - (1895)
Job Quote- 'I have understanding as well as you; I am not inferior to you; yea who knowth not such things as these?'
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Great Expectations- (1860) Peter Brooks- Bilngdunsroman- (Objective development of concept of society)
'As in so many nineteenth century novels the hero is an orphan, thus undetermined by any visible inheritance, apparently unauthoured.. There may be socioloigcal and sentimental reasons to account for the high incident of orphans in the nineteenth...
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Oliver (1837) - Ambiguity of Punishment- Nancy and Bill- Fagin
'Mr Bumble regarded Oliver's piteous and helpless look with some astonishment for a few seconds, hemmed three or four times in a husky manor, and, after muttering something about that 'troublesome cough,' bid Oliver dry his eyes and be a good boy'
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London Labour and London Poor- (1985)- The Life of a Coster Girl
'I wished to have obtained a statement from the girl whose portrait is given here but she was afraid to give the slightest information... I was forced to seek out some other Coster-Girl' - Journalistic, Non-caricature, More diagram illustration.
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Great Expectations- (1860)- First Person Singular
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Sketches By Boz- (1839)- 'A Visit to Newgate' and 'Criminal Courts'
First person plural- Personal interest of the author- CC 'We shall never forget the mingled feelings of awe and respect with which we used to gaze upon Newgate in our schoolboy days.' 'Seven Sketches from our Parish'- See him again on Sunday..'
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John Foster- (about Sketches By Boz)
'The first spritely runnings of his genius are here, Mr Bumble in the parish sketches, and Mr Dawkins the Dodger in the Old Bailey Scene'- shows novels are based on realistic portrayals.
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Sketches By Boz- (1833-1839) -Seven Sketches from our Parish
'Bang went the pumps- the people cheered- the beadle perspired profusely... but it was unfortunately discovered nobody understood the way in which the engine was filled with water'.
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Job Quote- 'I have understanding as well as you; I am not inferior to you; yea who knowth not such things as these?'

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Jude the Obscure - Chalk on college wall - (1895)

Card 3

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'As in so many nineteenth century novels the hero is an orphan, thus undetermined by any visible inheritance, apparently unauthoured.. There may be socioloigcal and sentimental reasons to account for the high incident of orphans in the nineteenth...

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Card 4

Front

'Mr Bumble regarded Oliver's piteous and helpless look with some astonishment for a few seconds, hemmed three or four times in a husky manor, and, after muttering something about that 'troublesome cough,' bid Oliver dry his eyes and be a good boy'

Back

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Card 5

Front

'I wished to have obtained a statement from the girl whose portrait is given here but she was afraid to give the slightest information... I was forced to seek out some other Coster-Girl' - Journalistic, Non-caricature, More diagram illustration.

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