Suzanne Ozment is professor of English and dean of undergraduate studies at The Citadel, and for ten years edited the interdisciplinary journal, Nineteenth–Century Studies.
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The Voice of Toil
Nineteenth-Century British Writings about Work
Edited by David J. Bradshaw and Suzanne Ozment
The Voice of Toil collects poems, stories, essays, and a play that reflect ways in which work, one of the most recurrent and controversial subjects of nineteenth–century discourse, was addressed. The resulting anthology offers a provocative text for students of nineteenth-century British literature and history.