Class in Late-Victorian Britain: The Narrative Concern with Social Hierarchy and its Representation

by Kevin Swafford

About Kevin Swafford

Kevin Swafford is Associate Professor of English and the recipient of the 2005/2006 "Caterpillar Inc. Faculty Award for Scholarship" at Bradley University. Professor Swafford holds a Ph.D. from the University of Rhode Island, an M.A. in English from New York University, and a B.A. from San Francisco State University.

Professor Swafford's research focuses primarily on late-Victorian and Edwardian literature and culture. He has published articles on Sir Walter Besant, Henry James, Jack London, Arthur Morrison, John Ruskin, H.G. Wells, and literacy theory and technology in journals including The European Studies Journal, The Victorian Newsletter, Journal of the Midwest Modern Language, Kairos, The Journal of Popular Culture, and The Wellsian.


 

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