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2019 | 43 | 2 |
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Going Down the Drain: Sweeney Todd, Sewerage, and London Sanitation in the 1840s

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This article examines the penny blood The String of Pearls in terms of its treatment of human remains as the equivalent of human excrement, arguing that the serial acts as an intervention into the debate about waste management and treatment in 1840s London.
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Der Band enthält die Abstracts ausschließlich in englischer Sprache.
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L'article contient uniquement les résumés en anglais.
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43
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2
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2019
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2019-07-03
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