Joseph Lloyd Carr (20 May 1912 – 26 February 1994), who called himself "Jim" or even "James", was an English novelist, publisher, teacher, and eccentric.
Carr was born in Thirsk Junction, Carlton Miniott, Yorkshire, into a Wesleyan Methodist family. His father Joseph, the eleventh son of a farmer, rejected farming as a career and went to work for the railways, eventually becoming a ... more »
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''A school is not a factory. Its raison d'être is to provide opportunity for experience.''J.L. (James Lloyd) Carr (b. 1912), British novelist. The Harpole Report, ch. 6 (1972).