Tag Archives: Lynne Reid Banks

“Being arrested is now a way of life”

One useful way for a protest group to gain sympathetic coverage in the mainstream media can be to enrol the assistance of a well-known and seemingly neutral observer.  In June 1987 the novelist Lynne Reid Banks placed a feature article … Continue reading

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“Fair Exchange”: the Non-Stop Picket in fiction

Earlier this week I received a copy of Fair Exchange, a novel from 1998 by Lynne Reid Banks.  Until recently, I was not aware of the novel, but I am glad it has been brought to my attention.  Lynne Reid Banks … Continue reading

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