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“Diamond Street” by Rachel Lichtenstein

An excellent London book, focusing on Hatton Garden, but ranging pretty widely around, and combining the author’s personal reminiscences with deep research. You learn a lot from this book, painlessly. It’s pushed me now several times to the area, listening … Continue reading

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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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