Our English teacher provided this book for our class in the 60\'s and we spent some time discussing the issues raised. Not required reading at the time but it should have been. It may not have wonderful prose or structure, but it provides an insight to the concerns of the possible consequense of the pace of change the Edwardians had just begun to guess at before WW1.
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