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A.L. Lloyd savours modern Argentina, “a civilization of horses, cattle and leather”.
D.W. Brogan pays a historical visit to the city of light in the first half of the twentieth century.
Geoffrey Grigson explores how a variety of views of Stonehenge has surfaced, and re-surfaced, in popular literature over time.
Henry Bashford traces the development of a key aspect of modern medicine.
Quentin Bell looks at the revolutions at work within fashion over the years, rational and otherwise.
In the second of a two part series, G.D.H. Cole analyses and compares several sets of census data to guage an accurate portrait of class demographics in Britain....
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