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Born into a family with a strong tradition, Tony Benn was taught that the greatest sin of life was to waste time and money. This memoir of his recalls his years from his life in a nursery, agonies of adolescence and his school.
What makes this book stand out?
His writing style is full of compassion and warmth.
Read it for
This memoir describes his emergence from Second World War as a keen socialist.
Don't read it for
It is a bit religious in the beginning.