Kitchen Sink Drama

By Jason Diamond Thanks to 3:AM Magazine for pointing me to the essay, “Teddy Boy Riots & Right-Wing Angry Young Men“, on kitchen sink novels, and particularly the Bernard Kops book,  Awake for Mourning. I was interested in this quote in particular: “It starts out as a competent example of kitchen sink fiction as popularised by the angry young man ‘movement’ of the 1950s, but turns into something far stranger and more wonderful as the book progresses.” Post-war England has […]

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