Granta 89: The Factory

Granta The Factory Britain invented the factory Manchester was the world s first factory city Where are they now and the world of work that went with them The answer mainly is China An issue devoted to how and where

  • Title: Granta 89: The Factory
  • Author: Granta: The Magazine of New Writing Ian Jack
  • ISBN: 9781929001194
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Granta 89: The Factory

    Britain invented the factory Manchester was the world s first factory city Where are they now, and the world of work that went with them The answer, mainly, is China An issue devoted to how and where we made and make things.Featuring Isabel Hilton in the new factories of China, Joe Sacco on Chechen rebels living in an abandoned dairy factory, Andrew Martin in the choBritain invented the factory Manchester was the world s first factory city Where are they now, and the world of work that went with them The answer, mainly, is China An issue devoted to how and where we made and make things.Featuring Isabel Hilton in the new factories of China, Joe Sacco on Chechen rebels living in an abandoned dairy factory, Andrew Martin in the chocolate factories of York, Neil Steinberg on the last lamps in Chicago, Des Barry on the factory where his father worked, Liz Jobey on turning a factory into a home and Luc Sante on the boredom of factory work.Plus new fiction by James Lasdun and Tessa HadleyWith a picture essay on a Rust Belt factory of the American midwest by Alec Soth.

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    1. Catherine

      This volume from 2005 has a terrific story by Tessa Hadley and a wonderful memoir by Thomas Healey. Otherwise some pretty grim essays on factory work.

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