How do you articulate a working class political consciousness in the context of 1919?

Readings from the novel ‘The Sword & the Sickle’

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Date: , 2019
Time: to
Location: Level 1, Performance Space
Venue: M Shed, BS1 4RN
Price: Free
With: Graham Bottrill
Series: Bristol Radical History Festival 2019
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Section: Events
Subjects: Communism, World War I
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Graeme’s great uncle Harry in 1917

Graham Bottrill will talk about his novel ‘The Sword & the Sickle’ and the research that led him to write it. The novel explores the emerging political consciousness of a working class soldier, Harry Wood, returning from the First World War to confront an archaic society in serious need of change.

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