The Country and the City
Chatto and Windus, 1973 - 335 頁
A STUDY OF RESPONSES, IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND SOCIAL THOUGHT, TO THE TWO OFTEN CONTRASTED KINDS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENT, "COUNTRY" AND "CITY", IN THEIR VARIOUS HISTORICAL FORMS.
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