Lost Voices Of The Edwardians

Lost Voices Of The Edwardians by Max Arthur


Authors
Max Arthur
ISBN
9780007216130
Published
Released
15 / 05 / 2008
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
352
Dimensions
170 x 244 x 41mm

The Edwardian era is often eclipsed in the popular imagination by the Victorian age the preceded it and the First World War that followed.

In this wonderful work, Max Arthur redresses this imbalance, combining oral history and images from the rediscovered Edwardian Mitchell and Kenyon film footage to give voice to the forgotten figures who peopled the cities, factories and seaside's of Britain.

This extraordinary period was fuelled by a relentless sense of progress and witnessed the invention of many of the technologies we now take for granted. The extremes of this upstairs-downstairs world promoted a huge upsurge in political activity, and the Edwardian age saw the rise of socialism and the emergence of the suffragette movement. These years are made all the more poignant by our knowledge that the First World War was imminent and this time of optimistic development would be brutally cut short.
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The Edwardian era is often eclipsed in the popular imagination by the Victorian age the preceded it and the First World War that followed.

In this wonderful work, Max Arthur redresses this imbalance, combining oral history and images from the rediscovered Edwardian Mitchell and Kenyon film footage to give voice to the forgotten figures who peopled the cities, factories and seaside's of Britain.

This extraordinary period was fuelled by a relentless sense of progress and witnessed the invention of many of the technologies we now take for granted. The extremes of this upstairs-downstairs world promoted a huge upsurge in political activity, and the Edwardian age saw the rise of socialism and the emergence of the suffragette movement. These years are made all the more poignant by our knowledge that the First World War was imminent and this time of optimistic development would be brutally cut short.

This exciting work draws together the experiences of people from all walks of life, capturing the first generation that were able to record their lives on film and imbuing them with an emotional immediacy.
ISBN:
9780007216130
Publication Date:
15 / 05 / 2008
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
170 x 244 x 41mm

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