All Hail the New Puritans
Nicholas Blincoe, Matt Thorne
Fourth Estate, 2001 - English fiction - 204 pages
All Hail The New Puritans is the controversial anthology of new British writing. - 'This is an important collection. Whether you agree with the New Puritan Manifesto or not, if you care about writing you must read this book . . . The New Puritans have mounted a formidable revolution.' The Times - 'It is exciting to find so many good stories in one collection . . . Thorne and Blincoe have challenged the writer to do something original and that is exactly what the New Puritans have done.' Daily Telegraph
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