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Book review: Three Men in New Suits, by J.B. Priestley

The three men have just been demobbed from the army at the end of the Second World War and are wearing civvy suits that have been given to them. One is a sergeant, one is a corporal, and the third is a private. The sergeant is from the landed gentry and could easily have obtained a commission but chose to remain as a NCO. The corporal is the son of a prosperous farmer, while the private, who is physically strong but with little education, used to work in a quarry. [More]


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