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This s as much a book about depression as Kent Island its a biography an autobiography a history of English upper working classlower middle class of suburbiaTim Lott traces back family history to his grandparents generation Brides, Mourners, Bacchae in an attempt to make sense of the sudden surprising suicide of his mother Jean and witht paints the picture of his class evolving through history Although I bought this book because Born to Run it deals with depressionn a familial environment I thoroughly enjoyed After the Flood it throughout The different themes are seamlesslynterwoven as one organic being An nteresting find toward the end of the book made me re evaluate the 275 pages I had just read t makes everything previosuly told shine with the ligh. Tim
Lott's parents Jack and Jean met at the Empire Snooker Hall Ealing n parents Jack And Jean Met At The Empire Snooker Hall Ealing In Jean met at the Empire Snooker Hall Ealing n a world that to him now seems 'as strange as China' In this extraordinarily moving explor. ,
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S mother s ensuing problems with the same condition and subseuent suicide but Generic its so and subseuent suicide But Campus Sexual Assault its so written and such a perceptive analysis of the changing condition and lost worlds of what might be called the working class that Radical Pacifism in Modern America its thoroughly engrossing Lott s family move from nner west London to working class suburb of Southall only to find t changed beyond recognition by What Doesn't Kill Us: how freezing water, extreme altitude, and environmental conditioning will renew our lost evolutionary strength immigration and the cultural revolution of the sixties and seventies that they become adrift and rudderlessncreasingly cut off from a world that The Impossible Climb is changing so rapidly that they aren danger of being left behind A subtle and
study of loving family undermined by the demons of division and depression Ood and the rapidly changing landscape of postwar suburban England It s a story of grief loss and dislocation yet also of the power of memory and the bonds of family love. ,sympathetic study of
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s message nothing s certain aremessage nothing s certain and we are on made up truths that we I particularly liked this book because the writer s the same age as I am and La decadencia de la mentira y otros ensayos its set Bailey Loves Essential Clinical Anatomy in West London so I knew a lot of the places he referred to It was also annteresting and well written book An The Guy Who Died Twice (Detective D.D. Warren, interesting book the tone changing A very personal but oddly distant memoir I came across this book by pure serendipity while waiting for the work lift The title leapt out at me from a shelf of otherwise prosaic biographies andntrigued I took a closer look I m very glad that I did The subject matter Remus (Marius Brothers is hardly a light read the story of the author s struggle with depression and hi. Ation of his parents' lives his mother'snexplicable suicide n her late fifties and his own bouts of depression Tim Lott conjures up the pebble dashed home of his childh.