- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
From the Publisher"Faulk has incorporated an impressive amount of theoretical writing from a variety of schools, and steers his way through its various pitfalls admirably and instructively. In its ecumenical and measured treatment of the demands of contemporary theory, the book ranks with the best of recent treatments of Victorian London."
— David Pike, author of Subterranean Cities: Subways, Cemeteries, Sewers and the Culture of Paris and London
“In its subject and detail, Music Hall and Modernity is fascinating and absorbing to specialist and general reader alike.”
—Victorian Periodicals Review
“Faulk makes an important contribution to understanding the development of ‘popular culture’ as a category in the 19th century, and the book’s theoretical sophistication assures it will interest scholars in a wide range of disciplines.”