In 1933, influenced by the books of Charles Dickens and George Eliot borrowed from the public library, Fred Kitchen started writing about his experiences as a farm labourer. He was studying at the Workers Educational Association where his jottings became Brother to the Ox, this classic memoir of farming which does not romanticise the countryside. Fred's story begins in childhood, at West Riding, South Yorkshire, where he explored the woods and fields owned by the nobleman who employed his father for seventeen shillings a ...

Brother to the Ox 2015, Little Toller Books, Wimborne Minster

ISBN-13: 9781908213310

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Brother to the Ox 1984, Chivers Press, Bath

ISBN-13: 9780851192512

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Brother to the Ox 1982, Caliban Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780904573541

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Brother to the Ox 1963, Littlehampton Book Services Ltd

ISBN-13: 9780460020190

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