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A Midhurst Lad : A Sussex Childhood from the Mid 1920's to the Late 30's

By: Boxall, Ronald Avery, Michael(Illustrated by) Stanley, Joan(Edited by)

1904278310 / 9781904278313
Paperback
942.25083092
01/10/2003
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United Kingdom
148 x 210 mm 264 pages, 27 b&w illustrations
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An autobiography of a Midhurst lad with a Sussex childhood from the mid 1920's to the late 30's.

Although poverty and illness marred his young life, the author's sense of mischief and humour shine through this childhood autobiography.

Born into the Boxall family in 1924, he was brought up in Duck Lane, Midhurst: at that time an address synonymous with hardship.

Ronald tells his tale of 'the average life of an average boy born of poor parents, who lived under slum conditions, yet dwelt in the centre of a tiny and pretty town set in a near paradise of pastoral and sylvan delights' with natural wit and clarity, giving the reader an opportunity to share his memories of a bygone age.

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