This is a signed copy of a 1988 book presenting the writing of photographer Daniel Meadows, in which Daniel shares a study of British suburbia at the time.
"Nattering in Paradise is compulsive reading for all salary slaves who secretly fear they have been labelled 'Suburban'. If you have a family, a large mortgage, life insurance, a microwave, double-glazing, a fridge-freezer and wear a tracksuit around the house, if you shop at Waitrose or Sainsbury's, covet a smart foreign car and yearn to educate your children privately you will be desperate to read this book, if only to prove once and for all that you are not, as the dictionary would have it, 'smug, comfortable, half cultured and narrow minded in outlook'." - Taken from the book.
Simon & Schuster Limited, 1988
h255 x w180 mm
Nattering in Paradise A word from the suburbs Daniel Meadows Signed 1988
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