- The Longman Guide to Sources in Contemporary British History, 2: Individuals (Book Review). Smith, Geoff // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter94, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p95
Reviews the book "The Longman Guide to Sources in Contemporary British History," by Chris Cook, Jane Leonard and Peter Leese.
- Why the Notion of Victorian Britain Does Make Sense. Hewitt, Martin // Victorian Studies;Spring2006, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p395
This article analyzes the concept and culture of the Victorian period. The observation of Richard Price about Victorian as a cultural period is presented. The years around the mid-1830s and those around 1900 can be considered as part of the transition from one cultural configuration to another....
- When Did the Victorian Period End? Questions of Gender and Generation. Caine, Barbara // Journal of Victorian Culture (Edinburgh University Press);Autumn2006, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p317
The article argues the historical interpretation of novelist Richard Price and periodization of the Victorian period in Great Britain. In his book "British Society 1680-1880," Price considered the period as the crucial point in terms of social, economic and political development of Great...
- When Did the Victorian Period End? Rogers, Helen // Journal of Victorian Culture (Edinburgh University Press);Autumn2006, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p316
The article examines the notion of the Victorian period in Great Britain. In his book "British Society 1680-1880," Richard Price has questioned the notion of Victorian Britain. The relevance of traditional forms of periodization to women's history has also been questioned. Several historians...
- When did the Victorian Age begin? Reflections on Richard Price's British Society' 1680-1880. Innes, Joanna // Journal of Victorian Culture (Edinburgh University Press);Spring2006, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p147
The article presents a commentary of the book titled "British Society 1680-1880: Dynamism, Containment and Change," written by Richard Price. The author stresses that the Georgian and Victorian period rooted partly in perceptions of stylistic distinctiveness particularly in relation to...
- Partly autonomous? Literary-historical reflections on Richard Price, British Society 1680-1880. O'Gorman, Francis // Journal of Victorian Culture (Edinburgh University Press);Spring2006, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p160
The article presents a commentary of the book "British Society 1680-1880: Dynamism, Containment and Change," written by Richard Price. According to the author, Victorian literature matters as an intellectual issue and as a pedagogic. The author stresses that the most crucial question of Romantic...
- With Sea of Love, novelist Richard Price drops anchor among Hollywood's writer elite. Allis, T.; Balfour, V. // People;11/27/89, Vol. 32 Issue 22, p68
Profiles novelist and Oscar-nominated screenwriter Richard Price, 40, whose latest success is `Sea of Love,' a crime thriller starring Al Pacino and Ellen Barkin. Background; Career; Personal life; Researching work.
- Richard Price. McEvoy, D.; Steinberg, S. // Publishers Weekly;5/4/1992, Vol. 239 Issue 21, p37
Profiles Bronx, New York-born writer Richard Price. Details about Price's new book `Clockers'; Plot of `Clockers'; Price's problem in writing the book; Universal put down $1.9 million for movie rights and a Price screenplay; Background on his career; Educational background; His first novel `The...
- Return of the wanderer. Rosenbaum, R. // Vanity Fair;Jun92, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p144
Profiles writer Richard Price who turned investigative journalist to write his new novel `Clockers,' about life on the edge in a big-city ghetto. Successful Hollywood screen play writer; Childhood; Research in crack-plagued projects in the company of cops and dealers.