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England speaks.
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 w.

APA Citation

Gibbs, P. (1935). England speaks: 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 w. New York: Literary Guild.

MLA Citation

Gibbs, Philip, 1877-1962. England Speaks: 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 W. New York: Literary Guild, 1935.

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