Title: Bloomsbury Past: A Visual History
Author: Richard Tames
Description: Blue cloth boards with silver lettering on spine. Interior is clean and unmarked; soft crease on ffep, otherwise fine. Dust jacket not price clipped. DJ in archival sleeve. Index. 144 pp. 10 x 7.5 inches.
A visual overview of the history, architecture, and cultural legacy of the Bloomsbury district in London's West End. The presentations is replete with a host of cultural, educational, intellectual, and artistic figures and institutions. Bloomsbury is the home of the British Museum and the University of London, the birthplace of Faraday, Ruskin, Cruikshank, Trollope, Disraeli, and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and in another sense the birthplace of Dicken's Bleak House and Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse, naming just a few. It was pre-eminently the home of idealists, intellectuals, of painters and of poets.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Historical Publications
Keywords: London, Bloomsbury Group, West End, history, Camden, areas of London, districts of London,
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