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by Mike Coward (Author). This book will appeal to the followers of both Test cricket and the limited-over game and will enhance any cricket library.
by Mike Coward (Author). Formerly the chief cricket writer for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Advertiser, Adelaide and a senior sports writer with The Age, Melbourne, he made five visits to the Indian subcontinent with Australian teams in the 1980s.
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Beyond a Boundary (1963) is a memoir on cricket written by the Trinidadian Marxist intellectual C. L. R. James, which he described as "neither cricket reminiscences nor autobiography".
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Bazar-then spelled without the double "a"-was founded by Harper & Brothers, a New York–based . One area that Fletcher Harper explicitly identified as beyond Bazar's purview was politics
Bazar-then spelled without the double "a"-was founded by Harper & Brothers, a New York–based publishing firm run by siblings James, John, Joseph Wesley, and Fletcher Harper. At the time, the Harpers were already established book publishers. One area that Fletcher Harper explicitly identified as beyond Bazar's purview was politics. Bazar would be a window on the world, but pleasingly so, to appeal to a cross-section of people on different sides of the modern divide.
Cricket books for every season. Berry is also prescient about India’s eventual economic hold over world cricket. Cricket Beyond The Bazaar’ by Mike Coward, 1990. Today, anyone associated with cricket wants to head over to India. But there was a time when most white cricketers and journalists covering the sport wanted to leave the country in a hurry.
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Beyond a Boundary by CLR James What do they know of cricket who only cricket know? famously asks the West Indian writer and political activist. Regularly placed at or near the top of lists of best cricket books ever, this is a compelling mixture of memoir, history, polemic and technical analysis, all knitted together with a sense of deep personal engagement.