Jessop, Deborah J.
Victorian newspapers and periodicals were so important, a contemporary writer
declared that journals moulded Englishmen's views "to a far greater extent than they are
by those of any personal friend or even any leading statesman." One scholar asserts,
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that Victorian journalism was the peculiar means
through which the life of this complex period was recorded and through which the
whole range of its issues was debated." Unfortunately there has been no...[Show more]
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