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‘The Working Class’ is reviewed in the Voice

May 14, 2018

"Most books that arrive for review are slim volumes – this isn’t, it’s a large thick book of 512 pages! Do not let that put you off! This is well worth the read and the font is easy on the eyes. Contributors to the book did so freely in response to a Facebook campaign by the author and editor – I would have gladly written a chapter and am happy to do so for Volume Two."

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Click here for more information and to purchase a copy of ‘The Working Class’, edited by Ian Gilbert.


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