|Title:||Victorian England: Portrait of an Age|
|Author:||Young, G. M. (George Malcolm)|
|Publisher:||The Camelot Press Ltd.|
|Tags:||England, essay, history, non-fiction, Victorian|
|Description:||Portrait of an Age was an expanded version of the 89-page conclusion to Early Victorian England, a two-volume collection which Young had edited in 1934. Simon Schama has described it as "An immortal classic, the greatest long essay ever written." [Suggest a different description.]|
Author Bio for Young, G. M. (George Malcolm)
George Malcolm Young (29 April 1882 in Greenhithe, Kent – 18 November 1959 in Goring, Oxfordshire) was an English historian, most famous for his long essay on Victorian times in England, Portrait of an Age (1936).
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