Articulating class : language and conflict in English literature from Gaskell to Tressell
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University of Cape Town
Concentrating on English literary texts written between the 1830s and 1914 and which have the working class as their central focus, the thesis examines various ways in which class conflict inheres within the textual language, particularly as far as the representation of working-class speech is concerned. The study is made largely within V. N. Voloshinov's understanding of language.
Bibliography: pages 304-318.
James, T. 1992. Articulating class : language and conflict in English literature from Gaskell to Tressell. University of Cape Town.