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Summary

In January 1941 Griselda Green arrives at Blimpton, a place 'so far from anywhere as to be, for all practical purposes, nowhere'.

Monica Felton's 1945 novel gives a lively account of the experiences of a group of men and women working in a munitions factory during the Second World War. Wide-ranging in the themes it touches on, including class, sexism, socialism, fear of communism, workers' rights, anti-Semitism and xenophobia, the audiobook gives a vivid portrayal of factory life and details the challenges, triumphs and tragedies of a diverse list of characters.

Adding another crucial female voice to the Wartime Classics series, To All the Living provides a fascinating insight into a vital aspect of Britain's home front.

©2021 The Estate of Monica Felton (P)2021 Headline Publishing Group Ltd

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