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  • Publisher: Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies (2001)
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Paperback: 207 pages. Publisher: Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies (2001).

Paperback: 207 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0954015909.

Unrespectable Recreations, Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies 4. .

Unrespectable Recreations, Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies 4 (2001). 43. Dreher, ‘Virtuous and Verminous’. 61. Hill's Commons Preservation Society work related largely to lands in Kent and Surrey rather than Epping Forest, even though she had briefly lived at Loughton in the forest. Gillian Darley, personal communication, 2003, and Octavia Hill, pp. 27–8. Hill's Letters to Fellow Workers contain numerous references to open space campaigns in Kent and Surrey.

Unrespectable Recreations. Leeds: Centre for Victorian Studies. This paper centres on the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. Riding on Rainbows: Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Its Place in British Popular Culture. The objectives are to: first, identify the stages of the festival’s evolution and their respective characteristics; second, distinguish features corresponding to the carnivalesque; and, finally, examine the changes in event evolution, particularly regulatory interventions, and their effect.

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Held at Leeds Beckett University, September 2017 more. Co-organised with Dr. Jamie Bernthal. Held at Leeds Beckett University, September 2017. As Michel Foucault acknowledged, crime and its investigation are uniquely tied to their social context: crime is a violation of the law, and ‘the law represents the will of the sovereign. When crime is narratised in the form of history, or as historical fiction, there is a fresh dynamic.

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Many associate the word Victorian with images of over-dressed ladies and snooty gentlemen gathered in reading rooms. main sources of labor in Victorian England, endured less than adequate living and working conditions different indoor jobs a child laborer could have during the Victorian Period. Two of the most commonly heard of jobs included servants.