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Confessions of a Heretic

Scruton R
Hard-hitting essays by influential social commentator, Roger Scruton. Each 'confession' reveals aspects of the author's thinking that his critics would probably have advised him to keep to himself. Scruton challenges popular opinion on key aspects of our culture in a provocative collection seeking to answer the most pressing problems of our age.
£14.99
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Cyclogeography: Journeys of a London Bicycle Courier

Day, Jon
Cyclogeography lifts the lid on the hidden world of Cycle Couriers, the 'solitary creatures of the underworld', and the strange or illicit contents of the parcels they deliver. Here Jon Day explores the extraordinary subculture of courier bicycle races including the Cycle Messenger World Championships and the Alleycat races.
£14.99
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Junkspace/Running Room

Koolhaas R
£14.99
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Nairn's Paris: 2017

Nairn I
Following on from the bestselling Nairn's Towns - a celebration of the city of Paris by cult figure Ian Nairn. Illustrated with original black and white images taken by Nairn himself. More than a guide book - this is a journey of discovery.
£14.99
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Nairn's Towns

Nairn I & Hatherley O
Sixteen short essays on places as varied as Glasgow and Norwich, Llanidloes and Sheffield, by the finest English Architectural writer of the Twentieth Century.
£14.99
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Notting Hill: A Walking Guide: 2018

Mash J
A walking guide to this historic London neighbourhood, uncovering its countercultural roots.
£13.50
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The Foreigner

Sennett, Richard
Paris in the nineteenth century was a magnet for Europe's exiles, among them the Russian genius, Alexander Herzen, who described the experience of displacement from the inside. Richard Sennett plunges into this vibrant, anxious world to recreate the experiences of Herzen and his contemporaries.
£14.99
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What Time Is It?

Berger, John
What Time Is It? is a playful meditation on the illusory nature of time. In this beautiful essay in pictures, Berger posits the idea that by experiencing the extraordinary, we can defy time itself.
£14.99
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