Edition: Paperback
ISBN: 9780571300075
Published:
No of pages: 192

At the George

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At the George, Geoffrey Moorhouse's testament to a lifelong love of rugby league, was shortlisted for the inaugural William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award in 1989.

'The very soul of rugby league, a sport that has been called 'the toughest in the world', lives within the pages of At the George. From first acquaintance some seasons ago, I believed it to be the finest book ever penned on the thirteen-a-side game ... Today, the book remains as fresh as ever and as firmly placed on its pedestal ... It is a seminal work, a precious treasure of the game. The book is from the heart, written by a man of intellect, who was bowled over by what he saw one May afternoon at Maine Road, Manchester, back in 1946, and who never lost his affection for the game.' Ian Heads, from his new Preface to this edition.

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Categorised as: Non-fiction
Sub-categories: Essays & Prose
Genres & Themes: Faber Finds; Sport; Rugby; Journalism; Reportage; Class

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