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Posted On Juni 15, 2018By Philip B. WilliamsIn Crimemag, CrimeMag Juni 2018

Philip B. Williams: My Class

Gulf impassable, breach indescribable On the feelings of class inferiority and resentment. Crime novels, and not only they of British origins, surely wouldn’t exist without some class consciousness. The British Empire was defined by it. Our author has witnessed it all. More of his musings to follow. I It was the first week of January 1970 and I was finishing up my Ph.D. at University College London in Bloomsbury. It was damp and cold in the underground hydraulics laboratory, buried 6 feet below the neoclassical Gower street quadrangle[1]. The Carnaby StreetRead More