BRITAIN SPEAKS by J.B. Priestley
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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 admire -- the England of which we boast to each other. Good reading -- with a lift that most things lack today.

Pub Date: Nov. 27th, 1940
Publisher: Harper