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A Child of the Jago – Arthur Morrison and the Old Nichol

ARTHUR Morrison became famous as a chronicler of the East End. It wasn’t always a picture that went down well with his fellow historians. Many criticised his seminal Children of the Jago, first published in 1896, for sensationalising and dramatising … Continue reading

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