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Title: "The Lady and the Luddite" by Linden Salter. [review - radio script]
Authors: Dooley, Gillian Mary
Keywords: Gillian Dooley
Issue Date: 19-Aug-2002
Citation: Dooley, Gillian 2002. Review of "The Lady and the Luddite" by Linden Salter. 'Writers’ Radio, Radio Adelaide', recorded on 19 August 2002.
Abstract: "The Lady and the Luddite" is an historical romance by English-born Northern Territory writer Linden Salter. Salter has taken characters and incidents from Charlotte Bronte’s second novel "Shirley", and shaped an exciting tale of class revolt and forbidden love, set in Yorkshire in Regency times. The Industrial Revolution, and its violent opposition by the Luddites, working men driven to destroy the machines which are stealing their jobs, forms the setting for both novels. However, while Bronte’s heroine, the heiress Shirley Keeldar, marries against the wishes of her family, her husband is an educated man of a good though impoverished family; whereas Salter’s Shirley falls for a working-class hero, a Luddite named Tom Mellor.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/439
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