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“Blake’s London: the Topographic Sublime” by Iain Sinclair

The text of a lecture given at Swedenborg House in Bloomsbury, beautifully published by the Swedenborg Archive. Sinclair ranges across territory familiar to those who’ve met his writing before: a historical sense of London very much rooted in place, in … Continue reading

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I Believe in Father Christmas

The story goes that some Japanese businessmen wanted to decorate their shopping centre for the Christmas season, so they sent researchers to the UK to get some ideas. Some time later the shopping centre opened with great razzmatazz, and the … Continue reading

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