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The classic slum
Manchester Polytechnic. Manchester Studies.
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In the book, “The Classic Slum: Salford Life in the First Quarter of the Century” by Robert Roberts, the author makes an interesting thesis statement about the relationship of the lower to the . The Classic Slum Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Asin X Bookplateleaf Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to :
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Home / Books / Books Review: The Classic Slum by Robert Roberts and Not Like This by Jane Walsh Two books about life in the early 20th-century British northern slums are a powerful warning about the need to provide genuine anti-poverty measures today. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roberts, Robert, Classic slum. Harmondsworth: Penguin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
The Classic Slum by Robert Roberts is a unique and fascinating book. It is also a book that presents a story that needs to be read if for no other reason than to become puzzled by the Goodreads general summary.4/5.
The Classic Slum, is a good piece of historical writing for its intended audience the facts are present and largely have to be accepted, although given the means to validate them, I expect they would be by: In “The Classic Slum” author Robert Roberts illustrates his point about the class structure by stating in one the quotes from the book that, “Each street had the usual social rating; one side.
The Classic Slum, is a good piece of historical writing for its intended audience the facts are present and largely have to be accepted, although given the means to validate them, I expect they would be accurate. Roberts writing has been clearly limited up to the time of his parent's death, which seems to have been a definite decision on where /5(27).
Robert Roberts (–) was an English teacher and writer. Life. Roberts was born in the slums of Salford. For many years, his parents ran a corner shop, selling everyday necessities to the often very poor customers.
His books The Classic Slum and A Ragged The Classic Slum. About Robert Roberts. Robert Roberts was born in a Salford slum inthe son of corner shopkeepers. After school he was an engineering apprentice for seven years and was then unemployed for three years, during which he studied languages and how to.
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The title is a reference to a description used by Friedrich Engels to describe the area in his book Conditions of the Working Class. LibraryThing Review User Review - atticusfinch - LibraryThing. The Classic Slum – Brilliant Social History of the Slums I have recently re-read this classic book of social history, The Classic Slum wipes away any ‘romantic’ thoughts about early 20th century 5/5(1).
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Robert Roberts has 58 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert Roberts’s most popular book is The Classic Slum: Salford Life in the First Quarter of t. Taking it's title from Frederick Engels' description of Salford, The Classic Slum is part social history, part autobiography and part oral-history book.
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