England speaks, by Philip Gibbs; being talks with road sweepers, barbers, statesmen, lords and ladies, beggars, farming folk, actors, artists, literary gentlemen, tramps, down-and-outs, miners, steel workers, blacksmiths, the man-in-the-street, highbrows, lowbrows and all manner of folk of humble and exalted rank with a panorama of the English scene in this year of grace, 1935. Illustrations by E. Lander.
- New York, The Literary Guild 
- Physical Description:
- 341 p. front., plates. 24 cm.
- Reference LibraryDA630 .G5 1935 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Subject Terms:
- England -- Description and travel.Public opinion -- Great Britain.
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