Victorian Popular Culture
is a collection of primary source material on popular entertainment in late eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain and America, with supporting essays. It includes manuscripts, printed books, pamphlets, periodicals, photographs, posters, handbills, children's literature, and celebrity memoirs.
There are three parts to the collection
Citing from Victorian Popular Culture using MLA style
Bertram, Charles, Isn't it Wonderful: A History of Magic and Mystery. London: Swann Sonnenschein, 1896. Victorian Popular Culture. Adam Matthew Digital. [library where resource was accessed]. 21 February 2008 <http://www.victorianpopularculture.amdigital.co.uk.ezproxy.auckland.ac.nz/Contents/document-details.aspx?documentid=14499&vpath=contentsindex>
Images from this collection may be downloaded, printed and photocopied for educational purposes including course packs. Links may be created for essays submitted electronically. Photocopies and printouts of images may be used to accompany printed essay material. For commercial use contact the publisher Adam Matthew Digital.