In My Own Good Time

In My Own Good Time Illuminating autobiography of the coalminer s son from the West Riding of Yorkshire who went on to become an accomplished author of novels and short stories gaining fame and recognition with his

  • Title: In My Own Good Time
  • Author: Stan Barstow
  • ISBN: 9781858251547
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Illuminating autobiography of the coalminer s son from the West Riding of Yorkshire who went on to become an accomplished author of novels and short stories, gaining fame and recognition with his 1960 novel A Kind of Loving.

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    1. I expected the author to be a grumpy old leftie, and he was, but I didn't expect the book to be so badly written. He complains several times about the over-valued activities of literary editors - but I suspect he's done well from their services.He's also very coy - 'another entered my life' and that's all you get to know. Boring!There's also name-dropping and anecdotes that make no sense written down. There's not enough information given to follow the stories, and he's not much more articulate a [...]

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