Review Essay: Recovering Thirties Fiction

Taylor, E. 2012. Review Essay: Recovering Thirties Fiction. Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism . 10 (141), p. 150.

TitleReview Essay: Recovering Thirties Fiction
AuthorsTaylor, E.
Abstract

Review essay discussing republished editions of Frank Griffin's October Day (1939) and Dot Allan's Makeshift (1928) and Hunger March (1934).

Keywordsworking class fiction
interwar
women's writing
JournalKey Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism
Journal citation10 (141), p. 150
ISSN1369-9725
Year2012
PublisherSpokesman Books
Publisher's version012 Recoveries.pdf
Web address (URL)http://www.spokesmanbooks.com/acatalog/Key_Words_Journal.html
Publication dates
Published2012

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