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Joseph Terry (1816-1889): Home and Family

Working-class fathers existed…but working-class fatherhood remained uncertain- Julie Marie Strange (1) Time spent together for working-class families would often be scarce as …

R.W. Morris b.1895: Introduction.

I chose R. W. Morris’ autobiography, written in 1972, after looking at the entry in Burnett et al The Autobiography of the Working Class: …

Wally Ward: Politics and Protest

Wally Ward, b.1914, wrote his memoir ‘Fit For Anything’ detailing his life with epilepsy in the twentieth century. Wally’s memoir is, on …

May Jones: Purpose and Audience

“The little village where I lived was on the outskirts of a large manufacturing town, where all the mills found work for …