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Aestheticizing the Ancestral City: antiquarianism, topography and the representation of London in the long eighteenth century
Peripheral Visions: alternative aspects and rural presences in mid-eighteenth-century London
‘Beastly Sights’: the treatment of animals as a moral theme in representations of London c. 1820–1850
London Bridge and its Symbolic Identity in the Regency Metropolis: the dialectic of civic and national pride
Government and the Metropolitan Image: ministers, parliament and the concept of a capital city, 1840–1915
Rebuilding ‘The Heart of the Empire’: bank headquarters in the City of London, 1919–1939
Black, Iain S.
Benjamin’s Paris, Freud’s Rome: whose London?