Alison  MacLeod





Alison MacLeod


Born
in The United Kingdom
April 12, 1920

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Alison Macleod, TV critic for the Daily Worker (1956) was born 12 April 1920. She is the daughter of Winifred Fairfield, one of 3 suffragette sisters, her sisters being Dr Letitia Fairfield and Cicily Isabel Fairfield (better known as Rebecca West). Alison was educated at Westcliffe High School for Girls and then at various art schools.

Joined Unity Theatre 1938 and then the Communist Party. She wanted to become a writer. She held various roles during the war: 1939, women's land army; 1941, ambulance attendant for Bristol civil defence; 1942, shipyard welder.

In 1944 she joined the staff of the Daily Worker (The Commun
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The Heretic

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The Death of Uncle Jo

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The Portingale

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The Trusted Servant

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The Muscovite

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No Need Of The Sun

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Prisoner of the Queen

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