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Built as a City: God and the Urban World Today. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1974.
Authors : David Sheppard. Publication Date : 1974-01-21. Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. About Aardvaark Books Ltd. 1st 1974 HB Hodder Like New in unclipped jacket. Classification Notes Condition : Like New. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Unclassifiable: No Bic. Pagination.
In this major study, so highly-rated at the time of publication (1974), David Sheppard, the then new Bishop of Liverpool, focuses on the big city and more particularly on those groups of citizens who feel most powerless and hemmed in. With themes as relevant today as they ever were, this is an essential title in understanding the role of the Church in inner-city life. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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WHAT is a city? These two books, though different in style and approach, come to similar . The fact that airports are often built with taxpayers' money.
WHAT is a city? These two books, though different in style and approach, come to similar conclusions. The city as a metropolitan core containing jobs and shops, surrounded by residential neighbourhoods to which it is connected by roads and rail, the whole eventually giving way neatly to countryside, is no longer an accurate description of how our urban areas work. And cities are likely to diverge even more from this in future. The fact that airports are often built with taxpayers' money, that people dislike them even as they find them essential, and that air travel is cheap only because carbon and noise are inadequately priced, are not given their due weight in this book.