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"An icon in itself, with essays from many great writers on their favourite English sights" (The Times)
"bsolute must for Anglophiles of all ages... A delightfully wistful book, written with enormous affection" (She)
"A collection of thought-provoking essays celebrating Britain's rural heritage" (Business to Business)
'Icons of England is a wonderful art book that is an icon in itself.' --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
A good quick and easy read. Explains fascinating and crazily illogical and sometimes totally logical English language with Bryson's usual wit.Published 5 days ago by Margarita
This book reminded me of the icons that I have seen and even more I haven't.Published 1 month ago by parbruce
Good to pick up and put down as short essays always are, interesting, amusing and sometimes thought provokingPublished 2 months ago by Mrs C
Rather too many contributions which made each chapter too short. Language too airy fairy. Would not have bought it had I downloaded a sample firstPublished 3 months ago by John Melton
An assortment of things people feel passionate about. The writers are many and varied, from John Sargent to Benjamin Zephania, from Jonathan Dimbleby to Joan Bakewell, and many... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mrs Sue Goult