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Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps
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Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps

  • A splendid - and necessary - publication...a great resource Iain SinclairCharles Booth's landmark survey of life in late-19th-century London, published for the first time in one volume.
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A splendid - and necessary - publication...a great resource Iain SinclairCharles Booth's landmark survey of life in late-19th-century London, published for the first time in one volume. In the late nineteenth century, Charles Booth's landmark social and economic survey found that 35 percent of Londoners were living in abject poverty. Booth's team of social investigators interviewed Londoners from all walks of life, recording their comments, together with their own unrestrained remarks and statistical information, in 450 notebooks.

Their findings formed the basis of Booth's colour-coded social mapping (from vicious and semi-criminal to wealthy) and his seventeen-volume survey Inquiry into the Life and Labour of the People of London, 1886-1903. Organized into six geographical sections, Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps presents the hand-colored preparatory and printed social mapping of London. Accompanying the maps are reproductions of pages from the original notebooks, containing anecdotes and observations too judgmental for Booth to include in his final published survey.

An introduction by professor Mary S. Morgan clarifies the aims and methodology of Booth's survey and six themed essays contextualize the the survey's findings, accompanied by evocative period photographs. Providing insights into the minutia of everyday life viewed through the lens of inhabitants of every trade, class, creed, and nationality, Charles Booth's London Poverty Maps brings to life the diversity and dynamism of late nineteenth-century London.

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9780500022290
Producer code
9780500022290
Author
Mary S. Morgan
Iain Sinclair
London School of Economics
Cover
oprawa twarda
Publisher
Thames & Hudson Ltd
Language
English
Pages
288
Format
273 x 374 x 33
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