3 edition of Rural England found in the catalog.
H. Rider Haggard
|Statement||by H. Rider Haggard. Vol.1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||584|
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This book is not aimed at the casual reader: it is academic research that sets out to show that one must avoid excessive generalisations. Hence the title "Rural Englands". Nevertheless it is suited to the general reader seeking information on the life of those living in villages, mostly agricultural labourers but also some working in rural by: This is the first ever general history of nineteenth-century English rural workers.
Reay provides a fresh perspective on England's rural past, reintroducing those often excluded from more traditional historical approaches, and stressing the diversity of working communities and the dynamism of rural life/5.
The Writing of Rural England documents and contextualizes the conflicting representations of rural life during a crucial period of social, economic and cultural change.
It highlights the dialogues and tensions between agriculture and aesthetics, economics Price: $ Rural England, Vol. 1 of 2: Being an Account of Agricultural and Social Researches Carried Out in the Years and (Classic Reprint) Haggard, H.
Rider Published by Forgotten Books (). The Death of Rural England is a much more recent book. It is written by Alun Howkins, a historian who has officially retired, but is still actively writing.
Its subtitle, The Social History of the Countryside Sinceagain gives away what the book is about. The book summarises all the 20th-century changes that we’ve been talking about. Wildlife is in freefall: in much of rural England you would struggle to hear a skylark, while more than 98% of traditional hay meadows have been destroyed, and.
The Writing of Rural England documents and contextualizes the conflicting representations of rural life during a crucial period of social, economic and cultural change. It highlights the dialogues and tensions between agriculture and aesthetics, economics and morality, men and women, leisure and : S.