By William Wiles William Wiles 2005-09-27T00:00:00
Follies, writes Whitelaw, ‘are very personal. They can betray a mood, an attitude to life and society, and a man’s view of his status’. They are also curiously British, representing the notorious eccentricity and individuality of the landowning classes. If a man – and it is nearly always men – ...
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