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I ve been wanting to read the complete Henry Mayhew London Labour *And The London Poor *the London Poor several years but the only copies at my local library are in house reference versions This is a small 120 page excerpt from the larger wo. Verbatim unflinching interviews with poor working Victorians from a journalist whose interviews published in a national newspaper influenced Charles Dickens' creation of characters in his novels History is written by historians and the voices of ordinary people ar.
Henry Mayhew ☆ 7 charactersA passing interest in how #The Majority Of Victorian Londoners #majority of Victorian Londoners Fascinating snippets of what life was like for the 19th century London poor in their own voices Sometimes I wish there was information or a lossary of terms.
Poor shows they coped *WITH THE UPS AND DOWNS OF *the ups and downs of and illness while continuing with the daily trial of scratching a living and feeding their families The people Mayhew met showed remarkable resilience and a surprising sense of humor about their lot in life. .on poor shows
Rk While interesting as a #sample of Mayhew s research it doesn t include uite as much context as would be helpful to modern #of Mayhew s research it doesn t include uite as much context as would be helpful to modern particularly in explaining what certain jobswork actually entails uick engaging read if you have. E rarely featured but this uniue collection of interviews from the middle of the 19th century allows *THEIR VOICES TO BE HEARD THE JOURNALIST HENRY MAYHEW *voices to be heard The journalist Henry Mayhew the Streets Of London Interviewing Working of London interviewing working this selection from his work London Labour and the Lond.