Who was once the early twentieth-century masculine middlebrow reader? How did his examining offerings reply to his setting? This booklet appears to be like at British middlebrow writing and interpreting from the overdue Victorian interval to the Nineteen Fifties and examines the masculine reader and writer, and the way they challenged female middlebrow and literary modernism.

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