by Privately printed .
Written in English
12 copies printed.
|Statement||[reproduced by F. Cornman]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 . in lithograph ;|
|Number of Pages||100|
London Stage in the Nineteenth Century is an invaluable and highly accessible reference book for theatre practitioners, theatre-goers, and students of the stage in London and beyond. This is a book that theatre lovers everywhere will enjoy: flicking through the lavishly illustrated pages will reveal many great personalities, performances and productions, but also witty commentaries, acerbic reviews and astonishing facts about all aspects of the London stage.4/5(1). Jan 13, · This forgotten titbit, colourfully retold, appears midway through Jerry White's magisterial new history, London in the Nineteenth Century, in a section entitled 'The Madness of Crowds. Oct 17, · Jerry White's dazzling book is the first in a hundred years to explore London's history over the nineteenth century as a whole. We see the destruction of old London and the city's unparalleled suburban expansion. We see how London absorbed people from all over Britain, from Europe and the Empire. We see how Londoners worked and played/5(37). Jun 27, · Jerry White's London in the Nineteenth Century is the richest and most absorbing account of the city's greatest century by its leading expert.. London in the nineteenth century was the greatest city mankind had ever seen. Its growth was stupendous. Its wealth was dazzling.
Oct 17, · Jerry White's London in the Nineteenth Century is the richest and most absorbing account of the city's greatest century by its leading expert. London in the nineteenth century was the greatest city mankind had ever seen. Its growth was stupendous. Its wealth was dazzling. Its horrors shocked the world/5(37). Apr 20, · All the same, one of my favourite facts in the book is a comparative one. There were, he tells us, far more wooden-legged men in 18th-century London than in any other city in Europe. It's the kind of telling detail that sticks in the mind, that conjures up an entire lost world, Author: Fara Dabhoiwala. Mar 12, · In the 19th century, London was the capital of the largest empire the world had ever known — and it was infamously filthy. It had choking, sooty fogs; the Thames River was thick with human sewage; and the streets were covered with mud. But according to Lee Jackson. Mar 05, · Facts about London in the 19th Century 5: immigrants The people who came from the poor countries in Europe were interested to migrate to London for a better life. The city was like a magnet for the immigrants to get better life.
London and Its Environs in the Nineteenth Century Illustrated By a Series of Views [WITH:] Metropolitan Improvements of London in the Nineteenth Century Being a Series of Views of the New and Most Interesting Objects in the British Metropolis & Its Vicinity. [Text by James Elmes.] Shepherd (Thomas H.). The Nineteenth Century Series aims to develop and promote new approaches and fresh directions in scholarship and criticism on nineteenth-century literature and culture. The series encourages work which erodes the traditional boundarybetween Romantic and Victorian studies and welcomes interdisciplinary approaches to the literary, religious. London in the Nineteenth Century, by Jerry White account of 20th-century London - has not structured the book chronologically but divided it into 15 specific topics grouped under five broad Author: Michael Leapman. Articles: 1. Haunted London, 2. Haunted London 2 3. How Some People Get On in London 4. The Public Schools of London 5. Odd People and Odd.