4 edition of England speaks found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Philip Gibbs; being talks with road sweepers, barbers, statesmen, lords and ladies, beggars, farming folk, actors, artists, literary gentlemen, tramps, down-and-outs, miners, steel workers, blacksmiths, the man-in-the-street, highbrows, lowbrows and all manner of folk of humble and exalted rank with a panorama of the English scene in this year of grace, 1935. Illustrations by E. Lander.|
|LC Classifications||DA566.2 .G46 1935a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 341 p.|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||36027011|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gibbs, Philip, England speaks. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & Co., (OCoLC) About this Item: Book Club Associates, London, Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Speak for England by Melvyn Bragg. BCA. Good DJ faded on spine.
Blue boards title in gilt on spine. There appears to be a greasy mark at the bottom of the book which has gone through to the DJ. OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations: Responsibility: by Philip Gibbs; being talks with road sweepers, barbers, statesmen, lords and ladies, beggars, farming folk, actors, artists, literary gentlemen, tramps, down-and-outs, miners, steel workers, blacksmiths, the Man-in-the-street, highbrows, lowbrows and all manner of folk of humble and exalted rank with.
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My library. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t49p89f1n Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi. Ordeal in England: England speaks again by Gibbs, Philip A readable copy.
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It is also what condescending Irishmen say. It. These are Priestley's radio talks to America, but they read like extracts from an absorbing diary, intimate pictures of how people are thinking, feeling, acting.
Lots of human interest bits lots of personal slants some philsophizing, some interpretation, some descriptions of the new ways of life and what it is doing to people.
And through it all comes the England we. 10 selected lectures and other assorted materialsAs demonstrated by the contents of this book, Rudolf Steiner was able to speak to the British in a very direct and lively way. He did not need to give a long introductory build-up to his main theme, as was expected of him in Germany for instance, but could refer immediately to esoteric intention of this volume is to give a.
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By Sir Philip Gibbs. (Heinemann. 8s. 6d.) A HABIT has grown up in recent years among well-known writers of going on a journalistic Grand Tour of this country and serving up their impressions as the authentic voice of England, or at least as the latest news from the Home Front. Sir Philip Gibbs, having written England Speaks in this vein, has now discovered .