Alton Locke

Kingsley

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Alton Locke
Details: ISBN: No ISBN , Ward, Lock & Co , No date . Book Condition: Good Condition. Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 312 pages. Edges of boards have moderate wear. No dust jacket with this book. Pages are reasonably tanned. Short gift inscription in ink, dated 1909. Edges of pages are slightly foxed. Charles Kingsley was an English clergyman and novelist. He was the founding member of the Christian Socialist movement and was known for his controversy with Cardinal Newman. He was a chaplain to Queen Victoria, a rector at Eversley, Hampshire and was sympathetic to the Chartists. Alton Locke was written to show sympathy for the Chartists. Alton Locke was a tailor and poet, and he was a Cockney among Cockneys. With the exception of two journeys, his knowledge of England was bounded by the horizon which enriched Richmond Hill. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Inventory No: 06120356.
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