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Book Description Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. 'This is Kynaston at his best . A rich and vivid picture of a nation in all its human complexity' IAN JACK'A compulsive read . Generous as well as sharp' MARGARET DRABBLE'I was captivated by its brilliance' D. J. TAYLOR__________________The 'real' Sixties began on 5 October 1962. On that remarkable Friday, the Beatles hit the world with their first single, 'Love Me Do', and the first James Bond film, Dr No, had its world premiere in London: two icons of the future heralding a social and cultural revolution.On the Cusp, continuing David Kynaston's groundbreaking history of post-war Britain, takes place during the summer and early autumn of 1962, in the charged months leading up to the moment that a country changed. The Rolling Stones' debut at the Marquee Club, the last Gentlemen versus Players match at Lord's, the issue of Britain's relationship with Europe starting to divide the country, Telstar the satellite beaming live TV pictures across the world, 'Telstar' the record a siren call to a techno future - these were months thick with incident, all woven together here with an array of fresh contemporary sources, including diarists both famous and obscure.Britain would never be the same again after these months. Sometimes indignant, sometimes admiring, always empathetic, On the Cusp evokes a world of seaside holidays, of church fetes, of Steptoe andSon - a world still of seemingly settled social and economic certainties, but in fact on the edge of fundamental change.___________________'Sparkles with voices from a vanished world . An entrancing representation, full of exquisite detail' KATE WILLIAMS'What a joy it has been to find myself wholly immersed in the richness of Kynaston's account . Thrilling' JULIET NICOLSON. Seller Inventory # AWC9781526632012

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Book Description Hardcover. Condition: new. Hardcover. The 'real' Sixties began on 5 October 1962. On that remarkable Friday, the Beatles hit the world with their first single, 'Love Me Do', and the first James Bond film, Dr No , had its world premiere in London: two icons of the future heralding a social and cultural revolution. On the Cusp , continuing David Kynaston's groundbreaking history of post-war Britain 'Tales of a New Jerusalem', is about Britain during the summer and early autumn of 1962, in the charged months leading up to that plates-shifting moment. The Rolling Stones making their live debut at the Marquee Club, the last Gentlemen versus Players match at Lord's, the issue of Britain's relationship with Europe starting to divide the country, Telstar the satellite beaming live TV pictures across the world, 'Telstar' the record an instant icon of romantic modernity - these were months thick with incident, all woven together with an array of fresh contemporary sources, including diarists both famous and obscure. Britain would never be quite the same again after these months. Sometimes indignant, sometimes admiring, always understanding, On the Cusp summons up a vanished world - of The Black and White Minstrel Show , of family holidays in Blackpool, of seemingly settled social and economic certainties - on the edge of fundamental change. Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. Seller Inventory # 9781526632012

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