The Meaning of Meat in Industrial Social Protest Novels;
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CitationThe Meaning of Meat in Industrial Social Protest Novels; (1996 Third Year Paper)
AbstractFor centuries, writers with political and social agendas have used fiction both to promote causes and to incite their readerships and legislatures into action. This article analyzes the attempts of two twentieth-century Socialist writers to call attention to problems with their respective ruling political regimes and with the industrialization these regimes promoted. More specifically, this article addresses the ways in which both authors utilized meat products and the meat packing industry as vehicles for illuminating their concerns.
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