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Beyond a Boundary

Beyond a Boundary

by C L R James

Beyond a Boundary (1963) is a memoir on cricket written by the Trinidadian Marxist intellectual C. L. R. James. It mixes social commentary, particularly on the place of cricket in the West Indies and England, with commentary on the game, arguing that what happened inside the "Boundary Line" in cricket affected life beyond it, as well as the converse. The book is the origin of the famous phrase, "What do they know of cricket who only cricket know?"
Fanie De Villiers

Fanie De Villiers

by Trevor Chesterfield

Springbok Glory

Springbok Glory

by Louis Duffus

Farewell To Cricket

Farewell To Cricket

by Don Bradman

Cricket

Cricket

by A A Thomson

Cricket Madness

Cricket Madness

by Wessels Kepler

Archie

Archie

by Michael Down

Boycott On Cricket

Boycott On Cricket

by Geoffrey Boycott

Out Of My Comfort Zone

Out Of My Comfort Zone

by Steve Waugh

Opening Up

Opening Up

by Geoffrey Boycott

Cricket Country

Cricket Country

by Edmund Blunden

End Of an Innings

End Of an Innings

by Denis Compton

Stumper's View

Stumper's View

by Alan Knott

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10 For 66 and All That

by Arthur Mailey

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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1974

by Norman Wisden / Preston

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