Author: Bella Grace Ruhl (University of Arizona)
In this paper I analyze a sample of satirical prints from later eighteenth century London, identifying the ways in which class distinctions were addressed through depictions of dress. I argue that these images were an uneasy response to the de-stablizing effects of industrialization on sartorial literacy.
How to Cite: Ruhl, B. G. (2019) “Dress, Class, and Caricature in Late Eighteenth Century England”, Footnotes: A Journal of History. 3(0).