Contents of No. 7
One cold Sunday afternoon in 1932, the author (who is the son of Axel Munthe) deided to start a boys’ club in Southwark: this book is the story of the adventures of its members—they were called the Bunty Boys beause “Bunty” was the nearest they could get to his name. His account of their picaresque activities during the next seven years is a minor classic of London life, full of tales of a society that has passed away for ever.
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No. 3. What does anarchism mean today?, and articles on Africa, the ‘Long Revolution’ and exceptional children.
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No. 6. Anarchy and Cinema: articles on Vigo, Buñuel and Flaherty. Two experimental film-makers discuss their work.
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