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Pump House Gallery opens a group exhibition based on Graham Greene's 1934 novel It's a Battlefield

Pump House Gallery presents a group exhibition based on Graham Greene?s 1934 novel It?s a Battlefield. Focusing on Drover, a bus driver sentenced to hang for stabbing a police officer about to attack his wife at a communist rally, Greene?s book take on ideas of administrative power, disempowerment of the individual and the impact of bureaucratic structures when misused. Written and based in Wandsworth, the novel explores the intersecting lives of those close to Drover in the days before his hanging.
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