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That Will Be England Gone

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The author revisits much-loved places to see how the game he grew up with has changed since the day in 1965 that he saw the great fast bowler Fred Trueman.

He watches schoolboys at Repton, club cricketers at Ramsbottom and professionals on the festival grounds of Chesterfield, Cheltenham and Scarborough. There are memories of friendships with Ken Dodd, Harold Pinter and Simon Rattle and digressions on subjects as various as Lancashire comedians, Viennese melancholy and the films of Michael Powell.

  • Author: Michael Henderson
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 304
  • Dimensions: 24 x 16 cm



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