Contents: An urgent invitation: theorizing postwar realist writing -- Billets and boardinghouses: shared space and the reconstruction novel -- Mobile housing: realizing movement in 1950s city fiction -- Country houses: nostalgia and the realist challenge -- Safe houses: seeking shelter and connection post-consensus.
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