All in a Lifetime by Walter Allen Penguin Books FIRST EDITION 1962

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All in a Lifetime by Walter Allen Penguin Books FIRST EDITION 1962

Paperback Literary Fiction A felicitous portrait of the Midlands, lower middle class life in Birmingham in the first half of the twentieth century. All in a Lifetime spells out the whole spirit of the male English non-conformist, radical tradition, it is first and foremost the life and philosophy of a loveable figure --a master craftsman who is a good husband, a proud father. and a staunch friend. Walter Ernest Allen (23 February 1911 â 28 February 1995) was an English literary critic and novelist. He was born in Aston, Birmingham; he drew on his working-class roots for All in a Lifetime (1959), generally considered his best novel. He was educated at King Edward's Grammar School and the University of Birmingham.

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