The playful crowd : pleasure places in the twentieth century /
During the first part of the twentieth century thousands of working class New Yorkers flocked to Coney Island in search of a release from their workaday lives and the values of bourgeois society. On the other side of the Atlantic, British workers headed off to the beach resort of Blackpool for enter...
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|Other Authors / Creators:||Walton, John K., author.|
|Imprint:||New York : Columbia University Press, |
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