A Dance In The Street
by Christopher Bray
Heinemann, 1970 [First Edition], ISBN 434085820, hardcover, dust-jacket
Near Fine Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, dust-jacket shows minor edge and shelf wear with two small insect holes at fold of back cover (see photographs)
"Dando is a young Welshman in exile, Gillian is half-gipsy. They live in a coastal town in the South of England. It is a harsh winter, and life has dealt cruelly with them. Their child has died in an accident.
But Dando and Gillian are fighters who do not know how to submit. It may be that hope begins beyond experience of death, beyond despair; if there is violence and ugliness in the streets, there is also joy and laughter, beauty and dignity. It is a matter of focus, of where to place the eye."