The Road to Nab End

The Road to Nab End

A Lancashire Childhood

Book - 2001
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The Road to Nab End is a marvelously evocative account of growing up poor in a British mill town. From William Woodruff's birth in 1916 until he ran away to London at the age of sixteen, he lived in the heart of Blackburn's weaving community in the north of England, where the crash of 1920 left his family in extreme poverty.

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A marvelously evocative account of growing up poor in a British mill town.

Publisher: Chicago : New Amsterdam Books, [2001]
ISBN: 9781561310692
1561310697
Characteristics: 374 p. ; 22 cm

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Jan 12, 2012

A very readable commentary in novel form on the social conditions in Blackburn, Lancashire, England, before WWII

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