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The Decline of an English Village

Page, Robin (Chair, Countryside Restorat
This is the 45th Annniversary Edition of The Decline of an English Village. Throughout his life, Robin has observed dramatic changes in the way people live their lives. It's in this book that he reiterates the tragedy behind a countryside increasingly misused and abused in the name of urbanisation and industrialisation.
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Houses: Created by Peter Aldington

Aldington, Peter
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Excellent Essex

Darley, Gillian
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The Edwardians and their Houses: The New Life of Old England

Catlin, Timothy Brittan-
This book analyses beautiful and varied style of Edwardian domestic architecture within a broad context, including Edwardian political thought and contemporary literature.
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England's Post-War Listed Buildings

Harwood E
Previous edition: Harwood, Elain. England: a guide to post-war listed buildings. Revised and expanded edition. London: Batsford, 2003.
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Evocations of Place: The Photography of Edwin Smith

Smith Edwin: Elwall, Robert
The first major study of Edwin Smith's work for over twenty years, and the first to put his work into its photographic and cultural context. Includes many rarely seen images as well as previously unpublished correspondence.
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The Architecture of British Seaside Piers

Gray, Fred
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Elizabethan Architecture

Girouard M
Discusses social structure and the way of life behind Elizabethan and Jacobean architecture, the ferment of excitement aroused in English patrons and craftsmen as they learnt about the classic Five Orders and the buildings of Ancient Rome from publications and engravings, and architectural drawings which survive from the period.
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Building Anglo-Saxon England

Blair, John
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Arts and Crafts House Styles

Yorke T
The Arts and Crafts movement began as an instinctive reaction against the new industrial age. Seeking a return to simple craftsmanship, with traditional materials, its influence spread both to Europe and North America where the term craftsman denoted a traditional style of architecture and interior design prevalent before the 1920s.
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Palaces of Pleasure: From Music Halls to the Seaside to Football, How the Victorians Invented Mass Entertainment

Jackson, Lee
A lively account of the rise of the Victorian entertainment industry and popular recreation in nineteenth-century Britain
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The Making of Classical Edinburgh

Youngson, A J
Superbly illustrated with photographs by acclaimed photographer Edwin Smith, along with a selection of contemporary images and a preface by Colin McLean, this book is a classic work of economic and social history, and a fascinating account of the shaping of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
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Common Writing: Essays on Literary Culture and Public Debate

Collini S
In a series of penetrating and attractively readable essays, Stefan Collini, one of the most brilliant essayists of our time, explores aspects of the literary and intellectual culture of Britain in the twentieth century.
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The Country House: Past, Present, Future: Great Houses of the British Isles

Cannadine, Mr David
This definitive new book on British country houses offers a magnificent look at the life-style, architecture, and interior design of these historic landmark homes.
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Storied Ground: Landscape and the Shaping of English National Identity

Readman P
The relationship between landscape and identity is explored to reveal how Englishness encompasses the urban and rural, and the north and south.
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The Country House Library

Purcell, Mark
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The Land of the White Horse: Visions of England

Miles, David
An exploration of one of England's great ancient monuments: the 360-foot-long chalk White Horse at Uffington.
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Durham Cathedral: History, Fabric, and Culture

Brown D
For over a millennium Durham has occupied a central place in English religious history, with its Norman rebuilding (1093-1133) marking it as an internationally significant masterpiece in the history of architecture. This volume offers a comprehensive account, on the founding, development, building and decoration of this important edifice.
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