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portada The Milltown Boys Revisited
Formato
Libro Físico
Idioma
Inglés
N° páginas
288
Encuadernación
Tapa Blanda
Dimensiones
23.5 x 16.5 x 1.3 cm
Peso
0.39 kg.
ISBN13
9781859738245

The Milltown Boys Revisited

Howard Williamson (Autor) · Williamson Howard (Autor) · Bloomsbury Publishing PLC · Tapa Blanda

The Milltown Boys Revisited - Howard, Williamson ; Williamson, Howard

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Howard Williamson's 'Five Years' was a ground-breaking study of youth, poverty and crime in the 1970s. At its close, the boys he interviewed were left with few prospects and bleak futures. Twenty-five years later, Williamson returns to find out the sort of men these boys have become and narrates their stories in this extraordinary book.Of the original group of sixty-seven boys, seven are dead -- not one of natural causes. Williamson tracked down half of those remaining. Here they tell of their personal, family and social relationships, legal and illegal work, their experiences of the criminal justice system, and money. Contrary to what one might expect, their lives are startlingly diverse.The Milltown Boys Revisited is a riveting account of life on the edge during the Thatcher and Blair governments. It tells stories of dignity, human betterment and escape, of fatalism on the margins of criminal and drug cultures, and also of getting by in difficult circumstances. It is as much a celebration of individual resilience as an account of risk and vulnerability in the lives of the dispossessed.

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