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Workers in the Dawn by George Gissing

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Workers in the Dawn
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Publisher: Remington
ISBN/ASIN: 0710809476
Number of pages: 377

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In this powerful and largely autobiographical first novel George Gissing establishes the hallmarks of his life-long literary obsession with class, money and sex. Against the turbulent background of London in the late nineteenth century, Gissing explores the daunting challenges that face men of education, intelligence and talent, who strive to escape from the lower working class into which they are born.

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