'Chippinge Borough' was publlished in 1907, and is a magnificent tale of 19th Century England during the tumultuous days of the Reform Bill. This book was the author's own favorite among his novels. It is set in England in the early 1830s, and well describes well the Reform period and the Bristol Riots.
There are eerie resemblances between the background description of the struggle for for voting rights in 19th century England and the struggle for political representation in 21st century US.
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