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After London Or, Wild England By by Richard Jefferies
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After London (1885), can be seen as an early example of "post-apocalyptic fiction": after some sudden and unspecified catastrophe has depopulated England, the countryside reverts to nature,... More > and the few survivors to a quasi-medieval way of life. The book has two parts.< Less
London-Indispensable Destination in Europe By Students’ Academy
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Introduction 5 History of London 9 Roman London 12 Anglo-Saxon London 15 Norman and Medieval London 23 Tudor London 27 Stuart London 30 18th Century London 40 19th Century London 46 20th Century... More > London 52 London in World War II 55 1945–2000 57 21st Century London 62 Government 64 Geography of London 67 Architecture of London 80 Parks in London 89 Hampstead Heath 91 Clapham Common 107 Wimbledon Common 115 Epping Forest 124 Trent Park 141 Hainault Forest Country Park 147 Mitcham Common 150 South Norwood Country Park 154 Wildspace Conservation Park 160 Watling Chase 162 Thames Chase 163 Top 10 London Attractions 164 Thames River Cruise in London 164 The Tower of London 166 Westminster Abbey 168 The London Bridge Experience 171 Windsor Castle 173 St Paul's Cathedral 175 Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 177 Tower Bridge Exhibition 178 Hampton Court Palace 180 Churchill War Rooms 182 ...................................................................... ISBN: 978-1-257-11940-0< Less
London-Indispensable Destination in Europe By Students’ Academy
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Introduction 5 History of London 9 Roman London 12 Anglo-Saxon London 15 Norman and Medieval London 23 Tudor London 27 Stuart London 30 18th Century London 40 19th Century London 46 20th Century... More > London 52 London in World War II 55 1945–2000 57 21st Century London 62 Government 64 Geography of London 67 Architecture of London 80 Parks in London 89 Hampstead Heath 91 Clapham Common 107 Wimbledon Common 115 Epping Forest 124 Trent Park 141 Hainault Forest Country Park 147 Mitcham Common 150 South Norwood Country Park 154 Wildspace Conservation Park 160 Watling Chase 162 Thames Chase 163 Top 10 London Attractions 164 Thames River Cruise in London 164 The Tower of London 166 Westminster Abbey 168 The London Bridge Experience 171 Windsor Castle 173 St Paul's Cathedral 175 Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 177 Tower Bridge Exhibition 178 Hampton Court Palace 180 Churchill War Rooms 182 ...................................................................... ISBN: 978-1-257-11940-0< Less
MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND LAW IN FIFTEENTH CENTURY LONDON By Michael T. Walton, Phyllis J. Walton
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A discussion of fifteenth century London medical men (physician, surgeons, and barber-surgeons), their guilds, personal lives, lawsuits, etc... based on various legal records.
The Napoleon of Notting Hill By Gilbert K. Chesterton
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In a London of the future, the drudgery of capitalism and bureaucracy have worn the human spirit down to the point where it can barely stand. When a pint-sized clerk named Auberon Quinn is randomly... More > selected as head of state, he decides to turn London into a medieval carnival for his own amusement. One man, Adam Wayne, takes the new order of things seriously, organizing a Notting Hill army to fight invaders from other neighborhoods. At first his project baffles everyone, but eventually his dedication proves infectious, with delightful results.< Less
The Stonecutter's Tale By Simon Kellow-Bingham
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The form of the narrative poem is probably the earliest written record of the English language as it emerged during the middle ages. The poets were intelligent and inventive and the scraps and... More > fragments that remain for study continue to fascinate and amuse readers and listeners today. Simon Kellow-Bingham has employed a similar method as these ancient rhymers to bring an old story to a new audience. The Stonecutter’s Tale takes two stories, that of Saint Erkenwald, an anonymously penned 14th Century alliterative poem and the timeless folk story, The Peddler Of Swaffham, and brings them together into twenty-five verses of rhyming couplets. First performed in 2001 The Stonecutter’s Tale has been refined over ten years to become the poem within these pages. This edition includes an updated introduction and note on the text with a select bibliography for further reading.< Less
Jeremiah Gwinn and the Ravens of the Tower By Oliver Peirce
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Right in the middle of London there is a castle. This building once struck fear into the hearts of the bravest men in medieval England. It was once a place of cruelty and torture and is also a place... More > that was once home to the kings and queens of England for hundreds of years. It is called the Tower of London. Today it is the home of the many ghosts that still walk its corridors and parapets, all of whom were murdered within its walls! It is also the home to the British Crown Jewels, the yeoman warders who guard them and seven black ravens. Legend has it that if the ravens ever leave the Tower then the British monarchy will end and the country will collapse. Well, one day they all went missing and the task is given by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, to an unlikely hero, covered in acne and bullied at school, Jeremiah Gwinn and his three friends to find them. What they did find lurks beneath London in the underground tube system. Something that is so terrible that it can hardly be told.< Less
Jeremiah Gwinn and the Ravens of the Tower By Oliver Peirce
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Right in the middle of London there is a castle. This building once struck fear into the hearts of the bravest men in medieval England. It was once a place of cruelty and torture and is also a place... More > that was once home to the kings and queens of England for hundreds of years. It is called the Tower of London. Today it is the home of the many ghosts that still walk its corridors and parapets, all of whom were murdered within its walls! It is also the home to the British Crown Jewels, the yeoman warders who guard them and seven black ravens. Legend has it that if the ravens ever leave the Tower then the British monarchy will end and the country will collapse. Well, one day they all went missing and the task is given by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, to an unlikely hero, covered in acne and bullied at school, Jeremiah Gwinn and his three friends to find them. What they did find lurks beneath London in the underground tube system. Something that is so terrible that it can hardly be told.< Less
The Nature of Gothic By John Ruskin
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Ruskin’s famous essay The Nature of Gothic first appeared as a chapter in his 1853 The Stones of Venice. It proved highly popular and took on a life of its own. Ruskin inspired Morris. This... More > essay added fuel to another phase of the Gothic Revival in Britain. This facsimile reproduces Ruskin’s essay together with a preface by Arts and Crafts designer William Morris, added to a reprint first published in 1889. Complete edition. ISBN 978-1-906267-07-0< Less
Plague of a Green Man By Ellen Foster
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In this novel of Geoffrey Chaucer’s England, the year is 1380 and winter is approaching. The Lady Apollonia of Aust is living in Devon while her three younger sons attend Exeter’s... More > cathedral school. Her husband, the franklin Edward Aust, is required to be in London while the Lady works with his steward to manage their family’s expanded investments in Devon’s growing wool trade. Lady Apollonia encounters a mysterious aura of suspicion, hovering amidst the guild members of Exeter whom she meets. Inside the Cathedral Close, she realizes that threats against the dean and chapter have begun to appear in the very chapels of the great church. Lady Apollonia not only seeks to understand the meaning of a green man but also to determine why foliate faces, used to corrupt official pardons of the church, should remain her best clues to discover the truth of a plague of intimidation and death infecting all classes of the city.< Less