Let the People Sing (novel)
Let the People Sing is a 1939 comedy novel by the British writer J. B. Priestley. It examines civic politics and corruption in the small English town of Dunbury, where the music hall is due to be closed. It was adapted into a 1942 film Let the People Sing.
- Baxendale, John. Priestley's England: J.B. Priestley and English culture. Manchester University Press, 2007.
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