Stand On Me

Stand On Me This autobiography of a London gangster even with its glossary may be heavy weather for Americans for although the author claims It s a doddle once you get the hang of it the rhyming slang and So

  • Title: Stand On Me
  • Author: Frank Norman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • This autobiography of a London gangster, even with its glossary, may be heavy weather for Americans for, although the author claims It s a doddle once you get the hang of it , the rhyming slang and Soho argot may get in your barnet hair These are his years when, from 17 on, he was involved in crimes of many sorts, lived with and off many women, had a son, and ends hiThis autobiography of a London gangster, even with its glossary, may be heavy weather for Americans for, although the author claims It s a doddle once you get the hang of it , the rhyming slang and Soho argot may get in your barnet hair These are his years when, from 17 on, he was involved in crimes of many sorts, lived with and off many women, had a son, and ends his story on his way to the nick jail He has tales of art forgers, of getting slashed, of taking the charge dope , of growing marijuana, of geezers and queers and their wedding , of the many times he hits rock bottom, and of the strange world that inhabits his favorite kayf cafe 86 A rake s progress of modern times, this has than a little of the Runyon atmosphere and style, and if its vocabulary does not cheese off readers they will find it a bit of a really low down lark.

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    • Nigeyb says:

      Frank Norman (9 June 1930 – 23 December 1980) was a British novelist and playwright. His reputation rests on his first memoir 'Bang to Rights' (1958) and his musical play 'Fings Ain't Wot They Used T’Be' (1960). 'Stand On Me' (1959), another memoir, is a great little time capsule from late 1950s London, mostly from Soho. Frank Norman, who generally does his very best to avoid paid work, describes his life loafing around Soho added with a few of his more interesting or amusing anecdotes, and [...]

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