7 edition of The private life of a country house (1912-1939) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DA664.P54 L48 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||81164577|
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The Private Life of a Country House book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this vivid memoir, Lesley Lewis gives a lucid /5. This book is a walk through the past offering a detailed glimpse of everyday life in a country house milieu now long since extinct.
Rather than presenting a list of anachronistic household objects, as a previously reviewer suggested, Ms. Lewis writes a rather lively narrative of upper middle class life between the wars focusing upon the 4/5(9). At Home: A Short History of Private Life Paperback – October 4, #N#Bill Bryson (Author) › Visit Amazon's Bill Bryson Page.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(8). Mark Girouard, author of Life in the English Country House and other superb books, extends his realm to France in this perceptive and witty portrait of the upper classes at home in their châteaux, manoirs, and gentilhommières.
In these lavishly illustrated pages we experience all the variety and beauty of the learn how they reflected, in their decoration and.4/5. At Home: A Short History of Private Life is a history of domestic life written by Bill was published in May The book covers topics of the commerce, architecture, technology and geography that have shaped homes into what they are today, told through a series of "tours" through Bryson's Norfolk rectory that quickly digress into the history of each particular : Bill Bryson.
The Private Life of a Country House. Stroud: Sutton. ISBN Gives much detail of how a smaller country house operated in the early 20th century. Lycett Green, Candida (). The Perfect English Country House. London: Pavilion Books ltd. ISBN McKinstry, Leo ().
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But secrets were impossible to keep in a household of servants who listened at walls and spied through keyholes. The private life of books Names and dates, perhaps addresses, giving us pause to wonder how the book made its way from one end of the country to. So rather than being a book about home or private life, this is an idiosyncratic sweep through the makings of modernity, and there's a sudden swerve at the end, as Bryson concludes with a.
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The Private Life of a Country House (), just published by David & Charles at £, may beg all sorts of questions about those seemingly secure and balmy days, but Miss Lewis has clearly answered most of the questions she set out to answer – in a book which is as fascinating as it is charming.
The English Country House takes a look at the architecture and interiors of sixty-two stunning houses in a range of architectural styles spanning seven centuries--from the medieval Stokesay Castle to the newly built, Lutyens-inspired Corfe Farm--brought to life through the world-renowned photography library of /5(50).
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"Mark Girouard's Life in the English Country House is too good to be discussed in a is a life's work—the writing is scholarly, the illustrations beyond reproach.
However it is a coffee table book—one to be treasured by its owner, read and returned to, but a coffee table book for all that—and is warmly recommended as one of the finest flowers of the genre."—.
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Over-indulgence in alcohol and noisy use of the chamberpot characterised social life among the not-so-genteel Georgian Author: Robert O'byrne.