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Description New edition of this key guide to art history, which takes a critical reading of the field's most innovative and influential texts over the past two centuries, including the most important new writing ... more

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AdvantagesIt's a Pratchett! Fun, frivolous, with grains of 24 carat truth

DisadvantagesNone - except for those strange individuals for whom "It's a Pratchett" is a downside.

..., Johnny and the Bomb, Truckers etc are hard to pin down to specific forerunners. With his latest, however, the author uses his adult-books tactic on a children's book. He takes Dickens' masterpiece, switches the focus to the artful Dodger and tells us what might have happened if young Oliver Twist hadn't gotten in the way. Dodger is a tosher. A tosher is a sewer scavenger. The sewers of Victorian...

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AdvantagesFree, lots to see, plenty of info enhanced by audio tour, impressive and stunning collection

DisadvantagesLots of repeat instruments, audio tour online, no toilets, disabled access limited

...It?s fair to say history as a subject covers quite a wild spectrum of things, some of those things more interesting than others. For example, the history of the spatula probably isn?t going to appeal to too many people whereas science, on the other hand, is always cool what with staring into deep space and blowing things up. ?Gosh?, I hear you cry, ?what if someone were to like totally combine...

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AdvantagesFun and informative


..., I really only learnt about the Mayan and Aztec civilisation through Art and this was certainly not in Primary School - this is a problem today with the school curriculum being forever squeezed tighter and tighter only a handful of history is taught to children in the Primary school but that is another debate because it is the Education Department who decides what history should be taught... so...

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