By Edwin Heathcote 2002-12-03T00:00:00
Lisa Jardine begins her book with the one non-modernist architectural epigram that we all know: 'Reader, if you require a monument, look around you.' Odd, then, that over the 600 pages, barely 20 are devoted to St Paul's, the country's first, and perhaps only, really decent new-build Anglican cathedral and, ...
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