Michael (Mick) Goldstein's Autobiographical Writing

Scope and Content

Twelve undated black and white single-sided typed pages of Michael (Mick) Goldstein's unpublished autobiographical writings concerning: his early childhood, East End Jewish culture between the wars, recollections of family members and his time as a wartime evacuee. Mick Goldstein was a childhood friend of Pinter's and this was apparently written for the benefit of Goldstein's younger relatives and contemporaries.

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