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Share on:. Cricket has an international reach which can be rivaled by few other team sports, and this book looks at the history of the game going from England around the world to the other major Test-playing nations. While it's packed full of initially rather dauntingly dense prose, none of the 17 chapters are particularly long — most weighing in at a little under 20 pages — and the writing styles of all of the various authors are very accessible.
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In a book like this, everyone will find their own particular favourite pieces, and most will find some they're not quite so keen on. For me, they were nearly all worth reading — I confess that the chapters on Brian Lara and CLR James didn't hold my attention quite so much as the rest, perhaps because I had less interest in the subject matter — but the stand-outs were editor Anthony Bateman's own opening 'Cricket Pastoral and Englishness' and Patrick F McDevitt's 'Bodyline, Jardine and masculinity. Elsewhere in the book, there are profiles of some of the game's top stars, including Sachin Tendulkar and Don Bradman, the game's biggest developments, such as the Kerry Packer-led World Series Cricket and the current Indian Premier League.
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