Marmalade Jim

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Alan Sillitoe - Fiction
... New York Knopf, 1965 The City Adventures of Marmalade Jim, London Macmillan, 1967 Toronto Macmillan, 1967 revised edition, London Robson, 1977 A Tree on Fire, London Macmillan ... Marmalade Jim at the Farm, London Robson, 1980 More Lucifer, Knotting, Bedfordshire Martin Booth, 1980 ... London Hutchinson, 1983 Down from the Hill, London Granada, 1984 Marmalade Jim and the Fox, London Robson, 1984 Life Goes On, London Granada, 1985 Out of the Whirlpool ...

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