About this item
"The Clarion Cyclist is a socialist utilising his cycle for the combined purposes of pleasure and propaganda."
Cycling offered ordinary working men and women an escape from the world of long working hours and poor living conditions. The 'magic wheel' also gave them an enjoyable way of spreading the message that socialism could change the world.
Fellowship Is Life is the story of a Cycling Club unlike any other, told by a writer who believes with Ivan Illich that, "Socialism will only come riding on a bicycle."
Small softback book, inside book is very clean with no marking to pages. Front cover has some fading in colour across the top of the book. There is slight foxing to top and side page edges. 92 pages.
Signed by the author with the inscription, "To Tony, with my good wishes, Denis Pye, December 1996."
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- Signed by the author
- Pye, Denis
- Used: very good
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