Lancashire, Where Women Die of Love
For far too long, Lancashire has languished under the grimy pall of smoke and muck and mills and mines, smothered by the easy put-down that the north of England is ’grim’. But far from being grim, Charles Nevin argues, it is a place of wit and wonder, romance and surprise, a land of exotic influence whose people have always looked beyond frontiers and seas.
- Publishing Details:
- Mainstream, 2004