WATCH PATRICIA SPEARS JONES READ “CHURCHILL ON THE HOME FRONT” BY PAUL ADDISON
BOOK #11 IN OUR '40TH READINGS AT CHARTWELL BOOKSELLERS' VIDEO SERIES
Published in the U.S. in 1993, CHURCHILL ON THE HOME FRONT 1900-1955, by Paul Addison, remains the finest study ever undertaken of Winston Churchill’s political life in Great Britain.
It is Book #11 in our 40TH READINGS AT CHARTWELL BOOKSELLERS video series, as read by the esteemed poet and social activist PATRICIA SPEARS JONES.
PAUL ADDISON (1943 -2020) was an Oxford-educated historian known for his research about British political history during and after the Second World War. He also assisted Winston Churchill’s son Randolph, alongside Martin Gilbert, preparing Churchill’s papers for the Official Biography.
PATRICIA SPEARS JONES is the author of five books of poetry: The Weather That Kills; Femme du Monde; Painkiller: Poems; Living in the Love Economy; and A Lucent Fire: New and Selected Poems. The co-editor for Ordinary Women: Poems of New York City Women, she was the winner of the Jackson Poetry Prize in 2017.
40th READINGS AT CHARTWELL BOOKSELLERS
toasts the best 40 books about Winston Churchill published during our forty year existence. We launched the series on April 11 with actor JOHN LITHGOW reading
THE LAST LION. You can watch that reading: HERE