Seamstress is new assigned to a machine in a textile factory, the foreman explains something. Handsome young Asian engineer or technician or worker, warehouse or factory blur background, industry or logistic concept, with copy space. I would never have the details of her life and yet I could feel its texture with my fingertips. The classic text that notes the discomfiture of working-class men with this development is the novel Cement by Fydor Glakov Evanston: Marxism in the 60s and 70s simply was not allowed.
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Don't show this again. New Books, New Readers Factory girls emerged as central subjects of industrial capitalism and its culture. Anglophone readers may even be surprised that such a category still exists given that the heyday of the British industrial novel was in the midth century. Crimson and Other Works. Ruth Barraclough Australian National University. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.