In Darkest England and the Way Out

Author: William Booth

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108074367

Category: History

Page: 332

View: 2649

A classic work in the literature of poverty, published in 1890 by William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army.

In Darkest England

And the Way Out - Scholar's Choice Edition

Author: William Booth

Publisher: Scholar's Choice

ISBN: 9781295941933

Category:

Page: 332

View: 3464

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Geschichte der Sozialen Arbeit 1

Die Gesellschaft vor der sozialen Frage 1750 bis 1900

Author: Wolf Rainer Wendt

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3658153563

Category: Social Science

Page: 475

View: 823

Das Grundlagenwerk bietet eine umfassende und fundierte Darstellung der Entwicklung sozialer Betätigung – in diesem Band von der Aufklärung bis zum Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts und den Anfängen der beruflichen Sozialarbeit. Beschrieben werden gesellschaftliche Bewegungen, Denken, Politik und Praxis in Beantwortung der sozialen Frage: Wie sind Armut und Elend, Ungerechtigkeit und Benachteiligung in den Umbrüchen der Zeit zu bewältigen? Mit der Beschreibung der Genese, der Regelung und der Organisation von Abhilfen wird die Evolution Sozialer Arbeit in den historischen Zusammenhang der gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung eingeordnet.

Youth of Darkest England

Working-Class Children at the Heart of Victorian Empire

Author: Troy Boone

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135872708

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 256

View: 3787

This book examines the representation of English working-class children — the youthful inhabitants of the poor urban neighborhoods that a number of writers dubbed "darkest England" — in Victorian and Edwardian imperialist literature. In particular, Boone focuses on how the writings for and about youth undertook an ideological project to enlist working-class children into the British imperial enterprise, demonstrating convincingly that the British working-class youth resisted a nationalist identification process that tended to eradicate or obfuscate class differences.

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Publisher: Klett-Cotta

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108082327

Category: History

Page: 192

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Darkest India a Supplement to General Booth's in Darkest England, and the Way Out

Author: Commissioner Booth-Tucker

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781547289776

Category:

Page: 210

View: 9669

CHAPTER I. WHY "DARKEST INDIA?" It is unnecessary for me to recapitulate the parallel drawn by General Booth between the sombre, impenetrable and never-ending forest, discovered by Stanley in the heart of Africa, and the more fearfully tangled mass of human corruption to be found in England. Neither the existence, nor the extent, of the latter have been called in question, and in reckoning the submerged at one tenth of the entire population it is generally admitted that their numbers have been understated rather than otherwise. Supposing that a similar percentage be allowed for India, we are face to face with the awful fact that the "submerged tenth" consists of no less than twenty-six millions of human beings, who are in a state of destitution bordering upon absolute starvation! No less an authority than Sir William Hunter has estimated their numbers at fifty millions, and practically his testimony remains unimpeached. Indeed I have heard it confidently stated by those who are in a good position to form a judgement, that at least one hundred millions of the population of India scarcely ever know from year's end to year's end what it is to have a satisfying meal, and that it is the rule and not the exception for them to retire to rest night after night hungry and faint for want of sufficient and suitable food. I am not going, however to argue in favor of so enormous a percentage of destitution. I would rather believe, at any rate for the time being, that such an estimate is considerably exaggerated. Yet do what we will, it is impossible for any one who has lived in such close and constant contact with the poor, as we have been doing for the last eight or nine years, to blink the fact, that destitution of a most painful character exists, to a very serious extent, even when harvests are favorable and the country is not desolated by the scourge of famine. Nor do I think that there would be much difficulty in proving that this submerged mass constitutes at least one-tenth of the entire population. No effort has hitherto been made to gauge their numbers, so that it is impossible to speak with accuracy, and the best that we can do is, to form the nearest feasible estimate from the various facts which lie to hand and which are universally admitted. Let any one who is tempted to doubt the literal truth of what I say, or to think that the picture is overdrawn, but place himself at our disposal for a few days, or weeks, and we will undertake to show him, and that in districts which are as the very Paradise of India, thousands of cases of chronic destitution (especially at certain seasons in the year) such as ought to be sufficient to melt even a heart of stone! CHAPTER II. WHO ARE NOT THE SUBMERGED TENTH? Before passing on to consider of whom the destitute classes actually consist, it will be well in a country like India to make a few preliminary remarks regarding the numbers and position of their more fortunate countrymen who have employment of some sort, and are therefore excluded from the category....

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Publisher: Broadview Press

ISBN: 9781551116556

Category: Fiction

Page: 215

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First published in 1886 as a "shilling shocker," Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde takes the basic struggle between good and evil and adds to the mix bourgeois respectability, urban violence, and class conflict. The result is a tale that has taken on the force of myth in the popular imagination. This Broadview edition provides a fascinating selection of contextual material, including contemporary reviews of the novel, Stevenson's essay "A Chapter on Dreams," and excerpts from the 1887 stage version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Also included are historical documents on criminality and degeneracy, the "Jack the Ripper" murders, and London in the 1880s. New to this second edition are an updated critical introduction and, in the appendices, writings on Victorian psychology by Thomas Carlyle, Richard Krafft-Ebing, and Henry Maudsley, among others.

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Publisher: Bastei Lübbe (Bastei Verlag)

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Page: 320

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Publisher: Piper Verlag

ISBN: 3492956025

Category: Fiction

Page: 688

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Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag

ISBN: 3423430559

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Page: 384

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Author: Joseph McLaughlin

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 9780813919720

Category: History

Page: 234

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Blood And Fire

William and Catherine Booth and the Salvation Army

Author: Roy Hattersley

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0349143080

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 480

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An uneducated youth, William Booth left home in 1849 at the age of twenty to preach the gospel for the New Methodist Connexion. Six years later he founded a new religious movement which succeeded to such a degree that the Salvation Army (which it became) is now a worldwide operation with massive membership. But that is only part of Booth's importance and heritage. In many ways his story is also that of the Victorian poor, as he and his wife Catherine made it their lives' work to battle against the poverty and deprivation which were endemic in the mid- to late 1800s. Indeed, it was Catherine who, although a chronic invalid, inspired the Army's social policy and attitude to female authority. Her campaign against child prostitution resulted in the age of consent being raised and it was Catherine who, dying of cancer, encouraged William to clear the slums -- In Darkest England, The Way Out. Roy Hattersley's masterful dual biography is not just the story of two fascinating lives but a portrait of an integral part of our history.