The effects of railways on society and mentality
|dc.description.abstract||Simon Schaffer discusses the effects of railways on Victorian society. People were treated as parcels, and saw the world in panoramic vision. Book stores were opened and stations became embassies for the places to which people were travelling.||en|
|dc.title||The effects of railways on society and mentality||en|
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