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The Legend that was Clapham

The Legend that was Clapham

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Published by Wheatley Press in Gloucester, United Kingdom .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24330289M
ISBN 10978-0954195809

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Some of the happenings portrayed in this book were originally published as magazine articles in the mid-eighties, whilst other fragments have been extracted from the manuscript of his forthcoming book Hovels and Haydust, and endowed with. The ancient parish of Clapham in Gloucester was peopled by a unique and long established community with a fiercely beating heart of its own - until the City fathers decided to destroy it.

In The Legend That Was Clapham, Donald Bullock describes its creation, its characters, its delightful way of life, and the tragedy of its destruction.5/5(8). He paints scenes and happenings that are, by today’s standards, scarcely credible.

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