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ISBN:1 86368 167 1
Geoffrey Bolton spent his childhood and early adulthood in Daphne Street and now turns his acute historian’s gaze upon the neighbourhood of his youth. In this unique blend of memory and meticuluous research, autobiography and analysis, he traces the history of the street right back to its first subdivision, interweaving the vivid and sometimes moving stories of its residents with the narrative of the street’s development from a dusty working-class outer suburb to a leafy inner-city professional neighbourhood.