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Local Distinctiveness

“Local Distinctiveness may be described as the sum of the points of connection between the place and the person. It is the things any writer will instinctively smell out set down. It is a kind of language. It might appear to be an environmental question, but it is a psychological one.” ROGER DEAKIN
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“Local Distinctiveness may be described as the sum of the points of connection between the place and the person. It is the things any writer will instinctively smell out set down. It is a kind of language. It might appear to be an environmental question, but it is a psychological one.” ROGER DEAKIN

A collection of essays on Local Distinctiveness written by Roger Deakin, Sue Clifford, Angela King, Richard Mabey, Gillian Darley, Patrick Wright, Neal Ascherson, Edward Chorlton and Micheal Dower.

85 pages, 210 x 148mm, paperback

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Weight308 g
Dimensions8 x 182 x 262 mm

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