London: The Biography of a City
Christopher Hibbert presents the many faces of London - from its beginnings as outpost of the Roman Empire through to today’s modern, thriving city - in a fascinating and vivid account of the life and times of one of the world’s truly great cities.
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Review: London: The Biography of a CityUser Review - Goodreads
A good read, though the history ends in 1968! Really enjoyed this one, as well as his biography of Rome. Read full review
Review: London: The Biography of a CityUser Review - Steve - Goodreads
Interesting views of the various different cities within London: London the city of churches, London the city of actors, butchers, merchants, etc. Not a straight history, but each chapter focuses on a ... Read full review