Her Brilliant Career: Ten Extraordinary Women Of The Fifties
by Rachel Cooke
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Women and the Fifties: you will be amazed. "A gallery of vividly drawn portraits - witty, poignant, inspiriting - that opens up a new front in our understanding of the 'lost' Fifties" - David Kynaston, author of Modernity Britain "Rachel Cooke shines a new light in an elegantly original way into the 1950s and especially into the role of women therein. By cleverly focussing on the lives of several extraordinary woman, she manages to produce a social history which is highly absorbing and richly informative. A very enjoyable and distinctive book" - Kate Atkinson
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