Michael Lucey. The two books complement each other very well: Both authors describe their experiences of the social struggle of being working class while going through higher education and being examples for 'social mobility' and its realities. I think because the author successfully combined the personal with the political carefully thinking through what he knows and feels and arrived at conclusions which resonate especially now in Meet gays in Reims Gay Reims men current political shift of the working classes from the left to the extreme right.
These are two different worlds, and they reproduce the social classes; so even if poor children come to higher education, they are still separated and different and have lower expectations, even unconsciously. View 2 comments. Print book : Biography : English View all editions and formats.
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Jan 24, Rambling Reader rated it it was amazing. The adolescent Eribon hides his sexuality. Sat, As he says, nobody writes about the working class unless they have already left it.