London: A Cultural History
Oxford University Press, 2006 - 285 páginas
Richard Tames describes how London has been chronicled, described, celebrated, named, and mapped over the twenty centuries of its existence to become a city treasured even by those who have never set foot in it as a byword for innovation and diversity. This book has been written for those who, knowing London, know that it is too vast, too complex, too elusive ever to be fully known but yet would like to know it better still.
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I enjoyed reading through this volume about London. It is well written and always interesting. By focusing on various buildings or areas, Richard Tames brings alive the history, geography and context ... Leer comentario completo
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