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The House by the Thames And the People Who Lived There

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Life into the forgotten inhabitants of the house the prosperous traders; an early film star; even some of London’s numberless poor In so doing it makes them stand for legions of others and for a whole world that we have lost through hundreds of years of London’s histor. The house of the title was built on an earlier foundation in 1710 at Bankside Southwark just across the Thames from St Paul's Cathedral and today a stone's throw from both the Tate Modern gallery and the new Globe Theater The author has traced through meticulous archival research the history of this tiny piece of London real estate and its neighborhood since Roman times bringing evolving London alive in the process of doing so A model history of place although the wealth of historical detail presented meant that the narrative occasionally moved a little slowly for a casual reader like me The Polaris Protocol (Pike Logan, doing it makes them stand for legions of others and for a whole world that we have lost through hundreds of years of London’s histor. The house of the title was built on an earlier foundation in 1710 at Bankside Southwark just across the Thames from St Paul's Cathedral and today a stone's throw from both the Tate Modern gallery and the new Globe Theater The author has traced through meticulous archival research the history of this tiny piece of London real estate and its neighborhood since Roman times bringing evolving London alive in the process of Immigrants in Our Own Land doing so A model history of place although the wealth of historical PL / I Structured Programming detail presented meant that the narrative occasionally moved a little slowly for a casual reader like me

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Just across the River Thames from St Paul’s Cathedral stands an old and elegant house Over the course of almost 450 years the dwelling on this site has witnessed many changes From its windows people have watched the ferrymen carry Londoners to and from Shakespeare’s Glo. Nothing I love than a London history and although this book is written from such a narrow perspective on one hand on another it's not Reading this is like sitting down and gossiping with the most historically knowledgeable person you know and its funny in places as well as sadFar less pompous than some of the other history of London books I've read also thee were people in here that I would read whole novels about The Best Nest dwelling on this site has witnessed many changes From its windows people have watched the ferrymen carry Londoners to and from Shakespeare’s Glo. Nothing I love than a London history and although this book is written from such a narrow perspective on one hand on another it's not Reading this is like sitting The Nightingale down and gossiping with the most historically knowledgeable person you know and its funny in places as well as sadFar less pompous than some of the other history of London books I've read also thee were people in here that I would read whole novels about

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Be; they have gazed on the Great Fire; they have seen the countrified lanes of London’s marshy south bank give way to a network of wharves workshops and tenements and then seen these too become dust and empty airRich with anecdote and colour this fascinating book breathes. Good for research but a dull read Immigrants in Our Own Land dust and empty airRich with anecdote and colour this fascinating book breathes. Good for research but a PL / I Structured Programming dull read