Oxfam Bookshop Brighton
First published in 1937, Wide Boys Never Work brings the streets of pre-war London alive in the tradition of other great low-life novelists such as Gerald Kersh and James Curtis, and is a forgotten gem rich in both its snappy dialogue and vibrant prose style. A 20th Century equivalent to the life of Fagin's boys in Oliver Twist. This particular copy is a second edition from 1942 published by Methuen & Co. LTD. London.
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