Gustave Doré (1832-83)
Source: London, p. 36
“In England all classes, except the agricultural, dress alike—with a difference. Observe this lemonade-vendor. His dress is that of a prosperous middle-class man—gone to shreds and patches. It was otherwise in the time when Bankside held the dramatic glory of England: in the time of Shakespeare” (36).
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