An Autobiography

    Ewan MacColl

    Manchester University Press 2009

    Hardback 402pp Illustrated

    9780719079351   Product Code: 20719

    First published in 1990, and re-edited with an introduction by his second wife, the American singer Peggy Seeger, the autobiography of Ewan MacColl (1915-89) first tells the story of his youth in a Scots enclave in Salford; then, after ignoring the Second World War as something best forgotten, part two is about his maturity as a composer, folk-singer, poet, communist and playwright, his joy in his work and his encroaching old age. No jacket.

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