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Sneinton People

by Dave Ablitt

This is Sneinton, inner city Nottingham, in the 1980s – a selection of interviews that first appeared in Sneinton Magazine. The interviews r …

Available (Published: September 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170670

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Unorthodox: LGBT+ Identity and Faith

edited by Sean Richardson

In modern Britain, what does it mean to be queer and religious? Unorthodox tells the stories of LGBT+ people of faith throughout the country …

Available (Published: September 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170601

£7.99

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Welcome to the Cheap Seats: Silver Screen Portrayals of the British Working Class

by Andrew Graves

A fascinating trip around the side streets and back to backs of working class cinema, exploring the British New Wave kitchen sink dramas of …

Available (Published: September 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170625

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Reds, Rebels and Radicals

by David Bell

The men and women featured in this book are an eclectic bunch. We have a mutineer; a couple of suffragettes, one of them framed for conspira …

Available (Published: July 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170632

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Homes and Places: A History of Nottingham’s Council Houses – 2nd edition

by Chris Matthews

Council housing in Nottingham is an essential part of the city’s history and identity. The slums of the nineteenth century laid the foundati …

Available (Published: June 2019)
ISBN: 9780993409332

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With Hope, Farewell

by Alexander Baron

With Hope, Farewell was Alexander Baron’s first novel to explore Jewish working class life in fiction, and predated his The Lowlife, being p …

Available (Published: June 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170656

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The War Baby

by Alexander Baron

The War Baby is a compelling account of bravery and betrayal in the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s. Amid the last, faltering, steps to repul …

Available (Published: June 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170649

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King Dido

by Alexander Baron

1911, East London. The police collaborate with racketeers to keep an uneasy peace, periodically broken by vicious street wars. Dido Peach co …

Available (Published: June 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170687

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So We Live: The Novels of Alexander Baron

edited by Andrew Whitehead, Ken Worpole, Susie Thomas

The novelist Alexander Baron (1917-1999) was born into a working class Jewish home in Hackney, joined the Communist Party as a young man, sa …

Available (Published: June 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170618

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Rosie Hogarth

by Alexander Baron

In the spring of 1949, Jack Agass belatedly returns from the war to the working class street in Islington where he grew up. A proud, support …

Available (Published: June 2019)
ISBN: 9781910170694

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