I've lived in East London for 86 1/2 years.

By: Usborne, Martin.
Contributor(s): Markovitch, Joseph, 1927-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Book 1; East London photo stories.Publisher: [London] : Hoxton Mini Press, 2013Edition: [Third edition].Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (black and white, and colour) ; 21 cm + card.ISBN: 9780957699809.Other title: I've lived in East London for eighty six and a half years.Subject(s): Photography | Hoxton (London, England)-Social life and customs-21st century-Pictorial works | Hoxton (London, England)-Social life and customs-20th century-Pictorial works | Photography, Artistic | Markovitch, Joseph | Usborne, MartinDDC classification: 770.69USB
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I've Lived in East London for 86 1/2 years is the story of Joseph Markovitch, a vulnerable old man with a great sense of humour who has lived in Hoxton for his entire life. He left only once, to go to the seaside with his mother. Joe loves Nicolas Cage films, has five sugars in his tea, and he has quite bad catarrh. He is an original 'Eastender'. Dealing with quintessential subject matter such as childhood, art, work, relationships and religion in a playful but touching way, Joseph unknowingly provides a thought-provoking commentary on the state of the modern world.

Includes card advertising Hoxton Mini Press.

"Preface to the third edition."-- p. [5].

"First edition."--Title page verso.

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