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The Hendersons Daphne Glazer

The Hendersons By Daphne Glazer

The Hendersons by Daphne Glazer

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Explores the social pressure on a working-class family to conform and fight for king and country.

The Hendersons Summary

The Hendersons by Daphne Glazer

The Hendersons opens in 1914 just before the outbreak of World War I and concludes in 1919. It follows the lives of the eponymous Henderson family: William, a Sheffield barber, his wife, Lydia, and his four children, Matthew, Joe, Bob and Amy. William being a fervent churchman, lay preacher and pacifist, opposes the church's call to arms and he and the rest of the family find themselves in a different kind of war, one which appears to have no end.

About Daphne Glazer

Daphne Glazer teaches Novel Writing and Short Story Writing on the part-time Degree Course at Hull University. She is a Quaker Chaplain at Hull Prison and for many years has been involved in penal matters. She has also lectured in several prisons and her short stories have often arisen because of this experience.

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The Hendersons by Daphne Glazer
Used - Very Good
John Hunt Publishing
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