Life in the English Country House: A Social and Architectural History
The English country house has flourished over the centuries because of its ability to adapt to the changes in English society. This book is an account of the ways in which the upper-class life style were reflected in the houses in which the wealthy and powerful lived.
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While rather dry, and illustrated largely in black and white, this book would be useful to anyone planning to write historical or fantasy fiction in a medieval thru early modern period. Consider, for ... Read full review
1978 / 344 pages / ZZ