New Grub Street

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New Grub Street (1891), generally regarded as Gissing's finest novel, is the story of the daily lives and broken dreams of men and women forced to earn a living by the pen. With vivid realism it tells of a group of novelists, journalists, and scholar ...Continua

this book is morbid and depressing but also powerful, emotional, and very true to life, without the softening of fairy tale ending.
i highly recommend this novel to those who love the masterpieces of victorian era .

GraJon
Wrote 8/6/08

I love Gissing - and in this book he is at his very best. The story itself is first-class, but the detail about life in Victorian England is really top of the range. Brilliant!

Read earlier edition.


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