THE WAYWARD GENIUS OF HENRY MAYHEW
Mayhew was a pioneering investigative journalist who wrote about the lives of poor working people in London, and whose writings and descriptions may have inspired some of Dickens' characters. Here embedded in his fine reportage are passages descriptive of London, of people's appearances, their shabby homes, and more.
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