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May 14 , 2011

Makeshift and Hunger March

Two Novels by Dot Allan


Makeshift, first published in 1928, explores a young girl's life in early 20th-century Scotland. Dramatic and closely observed, it turns on the changing attitudes and expectations of women following the First World War. Hunger March dates from the middle of the Great Depression, interweaving the lives and stories of characters from all classes and areas of Glasgow. Both are highly readable and enjoyable works of fiction, offering a window into women's lives in the first half of the 20th century.

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