5 edition of The Thames (Rivers of the World) found in the catalog.
The Thames (Rivers of the World)
by Silver Burdett Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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In this beautiful book, David Hill retraces Turner's journeys along the Thames during his explorations of the river in his immediate neighborhood; his sailing trips upstream to Oxford or down the River Wey to Guildford and Godalming; and his adventures downstream through the port of London and out to the open waters of the Estuary and the. Get this from a library! The Thames. [Jonathan Schneer] -- "The Thames, England's greatest river - for centuries an aid to trade, a stalwart of national defense, a stage for some of England's greatest historical events, an inspiration to some of England's.
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• The Way to the Sea: The Forgotten Histories of the Thames Estuary by Caroline Crampton is published by Granta Books. To order a copy, go to Free UK p&p on orders over £ The Thames features in art, music and literature - the book contains a generous collection of print reproductions, both black-and-white as well as colour plates of artists such as Turner, Canaletto, Spencer, and by: 3.
"Thames smells authentically of the water, of an author who has walked the towpath and knows not only the impressive statistics but also the Turner water-colours of the Thames itself. It is not just the subject that sets this book apart but also the compelling new perspectives that [Ackroyd] brings." —The TimesCited by: 5.
The Thames displays the same qualities as London: The Biography: scholarship, wit, discursiveness, lovely descriptive writing, anecdotes, spirit of place The Thames book is hugely enjoyable and sure to be another mammoth bestseller.
The Thames is about the river from source to sea, from prehistoric times to the present, its flora and fauna, the paintings and photographs inspired by the Thames /5(46). Book Reviewed on Arrowood and the Thames Corpses is the third book in the Arrowood series and the second I have read.
You can find my review of the second book, The Murder Pit, here. Set inWilliam Arrowood is a private enquiry agent, along with /5. Review of whole book: Began 8th July Finished 5th August What a joy; a pure delight.
This is a book of surprising value and lasting worth. So wonderfully crafted and written, it covers the range of this peculiar pastime along the Thames from West to East/5(). Her first book, Mudlarking, charts the thousands of years people have been living by the Thames, or on the islands – many now vanished – along its meandering : Richard Lea.
• Mudlarking: Lost and Found on the River Thames is published by Bloomsbury (£). To order a copy go to or call. Walking season is upon us, and there are few finer treks than a stroll along the Thames.
Here are ten of our favourite books about London's river, taking in both fiction and non-fiction. Very interesting and well written book about the history of a house and the area on the south bank of the Thames opposite St Paul's.
I would have liked a few more pictures of the house today but appreciate it is in private hands and may not have been possible/5. The Halls' Book of the Thames is a gentle ramble through the geography and history of the Thames from its rise in a meadow by Trewsbury Mead through to the sea.
The book is illustrated throughout with numerous drawings within the text. Condition: An attractive copy but with some heavy wear. The gilt design is quite crisp with some surface loss. Oh, and there was another reason to come to this part of the river: my mum lives just up from Benson, in Dorchester-on-Thames.
We had a picnic in. This book sheds light on what until now has been an almost unknown but important aspect of London’s survival during the Second World War.
It explains the vital work of the Thames-Flood unit, adding archaeological evidence to earlier records held at the London Metropolitan ed on: Ma The book does come with three excellent opening maps of the Thames valley, demonstrating the wide variety of geographical forms that the river and its tributaries take from source to sea.
But Ackroyd makes no use of these: the map makes manifest far more clearly the different drainage patterns above and below the Goring gap than the author's Reviews: Sadly, this book was a real disappointment. There are the bones of a good book in it: some very interesting anecdotes; and an interesting central idea, the history of the Thames, as the history of England.
However, the book is poorly structured, the authors ideas are never developed, so at the end one is left very dissatisfied/5. "Mudlarks" were the people who made a living picking objects out of the mud along the River Thames.
Writer Lara Maiklem follows in their tracks; she chronicles her journeys in a new book. The world's great publisher of illustrated books on Art, Architecture, Design, Photography, Fashion, Lifestyle, Music, History Thames & Hudson | Beautiful illustrated books.
Seller shipped book fast and in good condition. This is an interesting read when it discusses the history of violence and death near the Thames, as well as the "Thames mystery" torso murders of - and the later torso homicides of - /5(58).
Displaying the same qualities as London: The Biography — scholarship, wit, anecdotes, spirit of place, narrative and character — this hugely enjoyable book will be another mammoth bestseller.
Thames: Sacred River is a history of the river from source to sea from prehistoric times to the present. It covers the flora and fauna of the river, paintings and photographs inspired by the Thames /5(47).
Published by A & C Black, London,1st (and only) edition. Publishers original pictorial boards. Gilt lettering to spine and front board. Teg. 9ins x ins, xii, pp, 2pp booklist plus 55 tissue guarded colour plates, 20 coloured chapter headings and a folding sketch map. Endpapers and booklist very browned otherwise a Very Good copy.
The Thames is now one of the cleanest metropolitan rivers in the world, but it used to be regarded as London's trash can. Thames mud is anaerobic (without oxygen) and preserves whatever it consumes, which makes the mile foreshore (the part of the shore closest to the water) of the tidal Thames one of the richest archaeological sites in Britain.The Thames River Murders was a nice read and solid mystery, although I was so sick of reading about the preparations for Gabriella's, Lacey's teenaged daughter from his first marriage, coming out for the season that I found myself scrolling through all scenes focusing on that nonsense/5.
The Thames is central to British history, but there is no other book like this on the subject. The Thames is clear, compelling, and frequently lyrical."—James Cronin, Boston University “Beautifully written, wide-ranging and rich in anecdote, Schneer’s history of the nation’s most famous river flows effortlessly, merging its waters with.