By John Constable
Writer, performer and native historian John Constable is widely known for his walks round this interesting sector. The 8 walks accumulated listed below are between his hottest. jam-packed with social background and native lore, they're witty, insightful and highly unique. every one stroll is simple to stick with, followed via maps and transparent instructions, and illustrated with interval prints and modern photos. jointly, they inform the extreme and, till lately, principally forgotten tale of London's anarchic, irrepressible 'Outlaw Borough'.
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