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Jeremy Seabrook Biography (1939-)
Born in 1939, in Northampton, England. Addresses: Agent--Curtis Brown,162-168 Regent St., London W1R 5TB, England.
- Birth Details
- Northampton, England
- (With Caroline Hutchison and Anna Mottram) Heart Throb, Bush Theatre, London, 1988.
- Also author, with Michael O'Neill, of stage plays, including Life Price,produced in London, 1969; Morality, London, 1971; Millennium, London, 1973; Our Sort of People, London, 1974; Sex and Kinship in a Savage Society, London,1975; Sharing, London, 1980; and Black Man's Burden, London, 1980. Sole author of Yesterday's News, produced in Aldershot, England, and in London, 1976.
- Author, with Michael O'Neill, of the television plays Skin Deep, 1971; Soap Opera in Stockwell, 1973; Highway Robbery, 1973; A Clear Cut Case, 1973; AStab in the Front, 1973; Children of the Sun, 1975; and A State of Welfare.
- Author, with Michael O'Neill, of "Beyond the Call of Duty," Crown Court,1976.
- Author of Birds in a Gilded Cage, 1974; A Change of Life, 1979;A Mature Relationship, 1979; and Golden Opportunities, 1982. Author, with Michael O'Neill, of The Bosom of the Family, 1975; Living Private, 1978; Our Children's Children, 1980; and Life Skills, 1985.
- The Unprivileged: A Hundred Years of Family Life and Tradition in a Working-Class Street, Longmans, Green, 1967.
- City Close-Up, Bobbs-Merrill, 1971.
- Loneliness, picture sequences by Bryn Campbell, Temple Smith, 1973, new edition, with essay by Thomas Wolfe, Universe Books, 1975.
- The Everlasting Feast, Allen Lane, 1974.
- A Lasting Relationship: Homosexuals and Society, Allen Lane, 1976.
- What Went Wrong? Why Hasn't Having More Made People Happier?, foreword byStuds Terkel, Pantheon, 1978, published in England as What Went Wrong: Working People and the Ideals of the Labour Movement, Gollancz, 1978.
- Mother and Son (autobiography), Pantheon, 1980.
- Working Class Childhood, Gollancz, 1982.
- Unemployment, Quartet Books, 1982.
- The Idea of Neighbourhood: What Local Politics Should Be About, Pluto Press, 1984.
- (With Trevor Blackwell) A World Still to Win: The Reconstruction of the Post-War Working Class, Faber, 1985.
- Landscapes of Poverty, Basil Blackwell, 1985.
- The Leisure Society, Basil Blackwell, 1989.
- The Myth of the Market: Promises and Illusions, Black Rose Books, 1991.
- Victims of Development: Resistance and Alternatives, Routledge, 1993.
- Pioneers of Change: Living Experiments for a Humane Future, New Society,1994.
- Also author of (with Blackwell) The Politics of Hope: Britain at the Endof the 20th Century, 1988; Squatter Citizen, 1990; and (with Blackwell) The Revolt against Change: Towards a Conserving Radicalism, 1993. Contributor to periodicals, including New Statesman and Society and Whole Earth Review.
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