By Thomas R. C. Gibson-Brydon
Combing during the interviews sales space and his researchers carried out with 1,800 churchmen and ladies, Gibson-Brydon not just brings to lifestyles a forged of characters – from “Jesusist” vicars to Peckham Rye preachers to girls drinkers – but in addition uncovers a city-wide audit of charitable giving and philanthropic practices. Discussing the philosophy of sales space, the genesis of his non secular affects sequence, and the brokers and recipients of London charity, this research is a frank testimony on British ethical segregation on the flip of the century. In critiquing the belief of working-class cohesion and community-building typically portrayed through many major social and labour historians, Gibson-Brydon monitors a meaner, bleaker fact in London’s teeming neighbourhoods.
Demonstrating the wealth of untapped details that may be gleaned from Booth’s records, the ethical Mapping of Victorian and Edwardian London increases new questions on working-class groups, cultures, urbanization, and faith on the peak of the British Empire.
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Moral Mapping of Victorian and Edwardian London: Charles Booth, Christian Charity, and the Poor-but-Respectable (20160301) by Thomas R. C. Gibson-Brydon