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Review: The Study of Victorian Popular Culture: The Story of Street Literature: Forerunner of the Popular Press by Robert Collison
Reviewed Works: The Story of Street Literature: Forerunner of the Popular Press by Robert Collison; The History of Street Literature by Leslie Shepard; The Painful Plough: A Portrait of the Agricultural Labourer in the Nineteenth Century from Folk Songs and Ballads and Contemporary Accounts by Roy Palmer; The Valiant Sailor: Sea Songs and Ballads and Prose Passages Illustrating the Life on the Lower Deck in Nelson's Navy by Roy Palmer; Poverty Knock: A Picture of Industrial Life in the Nineteenth Century through Songs, Ballads and Contemporary Accounts by Roy Palmer; A Touch on the Times: Songs of Social Change, 1770-1914 by Roy Palmer; The Parlour Song Book: A Casquet of Vocal Gems by Michael R. Turner; Victorian Popular Music by Ronald Pearsall; Music Hall in Britain by D. F. Cheshire; Working the Halls: The Honris in One Hundred Years of British Music Hall by Peter Honri
Review by: Martha Vicinus
Vol. 18, No. 4 (Jun., 1975), pp. 473-483
Published by: Indiana University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3826558
Page Count: 11
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