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Emmanuel Burden: Merchant of Thames St In the City of London - Exploring early 20th century London through a merchant's eyes - cover

Emmanuel Burden: Merchant of Thames St In the City of London - Exploring early 20th century London through a merchant's eyes

Hilaire Belloc

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

Hilaire Belloc's 'Emmanuel Burden: Merchant of Thames St. In the City of London' is a classic novel that delves into the world of early 20th century London, exploring the bustling streets and the lives of its diverse inhabitants. The book offers a rich literary style with detailed descriptions of the city, creating a vivid backdrop for the characters and their experiences. Belloc's work stands out for its social commentary and portrayal of the complexities of urban life, making it a compelling read for those interested in historical fiction. Set against the backdrop of a rapidly changing society, 'Emmanuel Burden' offers a glimpse into the challenges and triumphs of the working class in London. Hilaire Belloc, known for his wit and keen observation of societal norms, brings his unique perspective to this novel, shedding light on the human experience in a rapidly evolving world. Readers looking for a thought-provoking and immersive read will find 'Emmanuel Burden' to be a captivating exploration of urban life and the human spirit.
Available since: 07/10/2023.
Print length: 188 pages.

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