Towards the end of the morning

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Collins, 1967 - 255 pages
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Review: Towards the End of the Morning

User Review  - CaldoHendo - Goodreads

James Dyson, mid-level editor at an ailing London paper, and his underling, Bob Bell, are two overworked and underpaid hacks in Fleet Street in the 1960s, at a time when the newspaper industry in that ... Read full review

Review: Towards the End of the Morning

User Review  - Phil Lancaster - Goodreads

Fabulously evocative portrait of a vanished newspaper world - shot through with remarkably prescient observations about the fickle nature of celebrity and fame for fame's sake. Should you read it? Oh sure, sure... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
25
Section 3
53
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