Girls, Wives, Factory Lives

By: Pollert, Anna

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London: McMillan & Company, 1981. XVIII, 252 pages, last blank, preface by Theo Nichols, acknowledgements, list of Churchmans' employees interviewed for referred to in the book, list of tables, figures and documents, abbreviations used in the book and bibliography. Dark blue boards with gilt writing on the spine. Heavy bumping to the head and to the heel of the spine and to that book corners. Scuffing of the lower book edges and there is heavy browning and foxing to the paper edges. Handling marks to the endpapers and previous owner's name on the top edge of the free front endpaper and half title page. Tanning of the internal pages. The major fault with the book is that previous owners have underlined and marked the internal pages quite heavily. Photographic dustwrapper, showing women at work, against a blue background with black writing on the front panel and the spine. The dustwrapper is slightly rubbed and faded and there are some grubby marks to the back panel. Remains at a sticker can be seen to the lower right hand corner of the rear panel. A little bumping to the dustwapper corners, commensurate with underlying bumping of boards. " This is a book about women workers. It is about the work they do and the way they feel about it, that the attitudes they bring into the factory from home, school and the wider society, and about the experiences they take home with them at the end of the day.".. First British Edition. Blue Cloth. Reading Copy/Average. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" Tall. Sociology.

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