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“A Right Sort of Man”: Gender, Class Identity, and Social Reform in Late-Victorian Britain

  • Sascha Auerbach (a1)
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Ellen Ross , “‘Not the Sort that Would Sit on the Doorstep’: Respectability in Pre–World War I London,” International Labour and Working-Class History 27 (Spring 1985): 39–59

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