Speak For England. An Essay On England: 1900-1975 Based On Interviews With Inhabitants Of Wigton, Cumberland By Melvyn Bragg

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A memoir and a portrait of Wigton, Cumberland, England — a hamlet before the Norman Conquest, receiving its first market charter in 1262. A native son of Wigton, Melvin Bragg (1939 -), of BBC fame, based 8 of his novels in his home town. For this biography of a town, Bragg interviewed some 60 community members whose experiences spanned the past seventy-five years of village life

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Pre-owned. Some tanning to edges. A little shelf wear and slight tanning to and otherwise very good dust jacket. Bound in blue cloth with gilt titling to spine. A good clean copy. Hardcover. Published by Book Club Associates 1976. Weight 890g

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Weight 0.89 kg