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The long week end; a social history of Great Britain, 1918-1939,

Author: Robert Graves; Alan Hodge
Publisher: New York, W.W. Norton [1963, ©1940]
Series: Norton library, N217.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Graves; Alan Hodge
OCLC Number: 400930
Description: 472 pages 24 cm.
Contents: Armistice, 1918 --
Revolution averted, 1919 --
Women --
Reading matter --
Post-war politics --
Various conquests --
Sex --
Amusements --
Screen and stage --
Revolution again averted, 1926 --
Domestic life --
Art, literature, and religion --
Education and ethics --
Sport and controversy --
The depression, 1930 --
Pacifism, nudism, hiking --
The days of the Loch Ness monster --
Recovery, 1935 --
The days of non-intervention --
'The deepening twilight of barbarism' --
Three kings in one year --
Keeping fit and doing the Lambeth walk --
Social consciences --
'Markets close firmer' --
Still at peace --
Rain stops play, 1939.
Series Title: Norton library, N217.
Responsibility: by Robert Graves and Alan Hodge.

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