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  1. A Future Corrupt
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  3. A Future Corrupt
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Ten to one you have not. You had an aunt once who lived at Mile End: but she quarrelled with everybody during her lifetime, and left her money to the London Hospital when she died, and you never went to see her. Late-Victorian London is one of the most oft-studied places in history. It has not only been a site of fascination for generations of historians, but Londoners themselves were particularly intrigued by their own world, and there were countless social investigators, health reformers, journalists and artists who wandered through the city investigating its workings.

And what social investigators loved doing above all else, perhaps, was discovering something new. London was so much bigger than it had ever been, and was so much larger than any other city in the late nineteenth century, that its scale made the project of narrating or charting the city seemingly endless. Lucas preferred to wander the city that seemingly had no beginning nor end; he wrote that a thousand books could be written about the place and still not be exhaustive.

There was a real demand for literature that went deeper, and exposed truths of the city lying beneath the surface. American novelist Henry James eventually came to love London. And yet when he first travelled there, he was horrified by the place. It is likely that many urban investigators exaggerated the more frightening or unknown parts of London in an attempt to make their own explorations all the more heightened. And of the many ways people tried to comprehend such a sprawling and imposing city, one of the most lasting was the idea that the city was bisected along its core into a wealthy West End and a poor East End.

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A Future Corrupt

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Bred in Whitechapel Tom Coleman - Fiyatı & Satın Al | idefix

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A Future Corrupt

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Ann Purser. The Cook's Tale. Tom Quinn. The Season. Charlotte Bingham.