Undercover Revolution, The: How Fiction Changed Britain
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Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain saw great change, as fiction writers took primary place in book publishing. The writers were an undercover revolution who rejected Christianity, replacing it with self realization and loose morals. Murray shows that the values they ushered in did not bring what they promised, and points us back to the gospel.
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