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Ford Madox Ford

'Most of us love places very much as we may love what, for us, are the distinguished men of our social lives. [...] We are, all of us who are Londoners, paying visits of greater or less duration to a Personality that, whether we love it or very cordially hate it, fascinates us all. And, paying my visit, I have desired to give some such record.I have tried to make it anything rather than encyclopaedic, topographical, or archaeological. To use a phrase of literary slang I have tried to "get the atmosphere" of modern London -- of the town in which I have passed so many days; of the immense place that has been the background for so many momentous happenings to so many of my fellows.' - Summary by Ford Madox Ford, from the Introductory; 1905.

'Most of us love places very much as we may love what, for us, are the distinguished men of our social lives. [...] We are, all of us who are Londoners, paying visits of greater or less duration to a Personality that, whether we love it or very cordially hate it, fascinates us all. And, paying my visit, I have desired to give some such record.I have tried to make it anything rather than encyclopaedic, topographical, or archaeological. To use a phrase of literary slang I have tried to "get the atmosphere" of modern London -- of the town in which I have passed so many days; of the immense place that has been the background for so many momentous happenings to so many of my fellows.' - Summary by Ford Madox Ford, from the Introductory; 1905.
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'Most of us love places very much as we may love what, for us, are the distinguished men of our social lives. [...] We are, all of us who are Londoners, paying visits of greater or less duration to a Personality that, whether we love it or very cordially hate it, fascinates us all. And, paying my visit, I have desired to give some such record.I have tried to make it anything rather than encyclopaedic, topographical, or archaeological. To use a phrase of literary slang I have tried to "get the atmosphere" of modern London -- of the town in which I have passed so many days; of the immense place that has been the background for so many momentous happenings to so many of my fellows.' - Summary by Ford Madox Ford, from the Introductory; 1905.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Cori Samuel

Length:

4h 57m


Chapters

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01:00

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

32:09


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

23:34


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

17:12


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

19:02


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

16:10


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

31:52


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

27:03


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

11:16


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

22:39


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

23:59


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

14:34


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

22:45


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

17:11


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

17:42