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Rfield who pioneered structural polychromy made Venetian Gothic a new standard style as well in an attempt to recover that same national and medieval communityBy contrast people like historian Thomas Babington Macaulay attacked medievalism and celebrated the rise of the new cities which they said were getting healthier and wealthier all the time Assisted by a host of nonconformist reformers such as journalists Edward Baines Sr and Jr of The Leeds Mercury And Continental Allies Such As French Historian Leeds Mercury and continental allies such as French historian Guizot they found another past in which the Puritan Middle Classes as once xemplified by Cromwell created all the good in the world through industriousness and A Vineyard Christmas energy Historians like Richard Vaughn The Age of Great Cities 1843 celebrated the civic virtue of commercial ancient Greek towns against staticstates and medieval cloisters Others touted the medieval commercial Italian city states like the Liverpudlian William Roscoe in his Life of Lorenzo de Medici in 1796 Soon

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by Madame de Stael Germans and William Stubbs Constitutional History of England recovered Angl0 Saxon heritage which they celebrated as invigorating localism against French centralization while ignoring the old Saxon avoidance of cities These groups celebrated the voluntary associations of cities like the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Societies from 1781 Manchester Mechanics Institute of 1825 and the the Manchester Statistical Society of 1834 as opposed to the top down autocracies of the middle ages People like the self made Richard Cobden urged Manchester to incorporate and xpand their own municipal power which they did in 1838The combination of this incipient noncomformist reform urbanism and historical localism brought about real changes They inspired the 1835 Municipal Corporation Bill and another voluntary reform group the Healthy Towns Association HTA created the Public Baths Bill of 1846 the Nuisances Removal Act of the same year and the Public Health Act fo 1848 all under PM Lord John Russell Later Joseph Chamberlain once a cordwainer in London later a successful screw manufacturer in Birmingham along with allies like dissenter preacher George Dawson conceived of a new municipal gospel where the city owned gas and water and other necessities and tried to inspire love of itself The City of Glasgow Improvement Act of 1866 led to the first urban renewal programs that bulldozed old streets and wynds and later to the first municipally built homes and city owned tramways and led to Octavia Hill and Richard Cross championing the Artisans Home Bill in 1875 and the Housing Act of 1885 Soon cities were building and owning almost very type of industry imaginable and Fabians like Sidney Webb were championing municipal trading as the pathway to socialism By the turn of the century municipalities constituted 50% of all government spending in EnglandYet the Victorian city dream soon fell apart Developments like Hampstead Garden Suburb championed by macassar oil heiress and settlement house pioneer Henrietta Barnett outside of Eton College and designed by Ruskianian Garden City architect Raymond Unwin the spread of suburban Metroland and the rise again of London as the center of modern life meant the independent local nonconformist cities of the North lost their cachet Manchester Birmingham Liverpool Glasgow and others fell into desuetude as London boomed and nationalism replaced localism as an ideologyIf there is a theme in this morass of names books and dates it is that the Victorian City shocked contemporaries and led them scurrying into a host of usable pasts ither to reject it or revivify it which had real ffects In any case the book could have been saved with organization and diting but there is much to ponder on here Reading this book I wonder why Labour have Tristram Hunt as Shadow ducation and not fronting down Pickles and his crew so intent on destroying local governmentA readable walk through of the ideas and people who shaped ideas of municipal government in our big cities in the 19thC full of men in monocles building civic pride and tireless campaigners against laissez faire management and the Shopocracy my new favourite history word all of whom wanted the cities to reflect the best values of Victorian BritainOf course they weren t perfect Concern for the poor was bottom of their list and they carried out Hausmann style bulldozing of the poor areas without any regard of where the poor would go when this was done without much soul searching HMM SOUNDS FAMILIARHUNT MAKES A STRONG sounds familiarHunt makes a strong passionate argument for defending local government and restoring to it powers gradually stripped from it in the last 40 years unless he s changed his ideas since he wrote this its a message that needs to be shouted much louder than it currently Le class power and prosperity and the liberating mission of city life Vowing to Hot Shot (North Ridge Book 3) emulate the city states of Renaissance Italy the Victorians worked to turnven the smokestacks of Manchester and Birmingham into sites of freedom and art And they succeeded until twentieth century decline transformed wealthy metropolises into dangerous inner cities An original history of proud cities and confident citizens Building Jerusalem depicts an unrivaled ra that produced one of the great urban civilizations of Western history. .
A lot of interesting info never really went anywhere Stimulating and njoyable a great help in understanding the development of our major cities Issues concentrates too much on a few cities Manchester Birmingham to the Voyage to the Underworld (Star Wars Missions, exclusion of other provincial towns and cities and does not spendnough time on London far too hard on suburbs and new towns which is where most people live and significantly where they want to live I think the title is a mistake a grabber for fans of William Blake and Monty Python but maybe a for fans of William Blake and Monty Python but maybe a off for other prospective readers Which is too bad because the book is unusually lively for a 500 page history of English cities And How They Grew Lots how they grew Lots influences than I suspected on the architecture most intriguingly to me The political ups and downs of Gothic for instance You have to be ready to skip chunks about things you already know about or don t care about and linger over what is news to you and helps you see new connections This isn t about the lived reality of Victorian cities but about the ideas informing the shape of the city and how people The First Ghost especially people of influencenvisioned the city and what it meant to live in one Victorians really believed in the possibilities of urban life and the importance of maintaining or creating vibrant city spaces They didn t always succeed to put it mildly but they thought of cities as xciting places where great things could happen places that fostered civic involvement and the healthy interchange of ideas That s a vision of the city we would do well to restore This marvelous history takes us through the low and high points of the development of the British cities of the 19th century The Industrial Revolution greatly xpanded the urban population but also brought with it poverty and dismal living conditions among the new underclass Hunt shows how individuals with a Catholic or Non Conformist background initiated urban reform on a broad scale that included public buildings city planning culture and social services It is a fascinating story told with great Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential enthusiasmrudition and wit The author is not afraid to make links to the present and provide lessons for to day and showing that the urban disturbances of 2011 have clear historical antecedents Considering its rave reviews I found this book rather disappointing Only those who njoy reading history as a list of white businessmen politicians and the buildings they rected will find something for them in Building Jerusalem The tidbits of biography and historical detail nipped from primary sources are unfortunately too far between and the meandering structure demands much of the reader to get from oasis to oasis For the casual reader it s a bit lengthy and its message of the necessity of civic spirit for modern progress while optimistically driven is frought with difficulties considering the very limited historical view Hunt has here not to mention saturated in Hunt s own politics And historians can look Humanism elsewhere forually comprehensive and critically presented histories of the Victorian city in Hunt s Whiggish style or on another shelf for a well rounded presentation of the Victorian city in all its facets rather than merely its politics and the top two per cent of its populace Tristram Hunt better known as Labour MP and sometimes Guardian columnist offers a survey of conceptions of the city as it underwent rapid and seismic change in the Victorian Smokin' Hot era This isn t a timeline history of industrialisation and urbanisation but anxploration of how both the Placing Memory elite and popular society understood the new urban bohemoths springing up across BritainThe space of a generation saw the greatest shiftver in the way the British lived The new cities and their industries revolutionised how people worked and who they worked for where and how they lived and who they lived with how they got around how and what they ate what ideas they were xposed to what opportunities they had for cultural nrichment and hedonistic pleasures and changes in nearly very other facet of lifeThese were massive disruptions to traditional notions of the family the workplace and the community and they raised very serious introspection about just what the changes meant for Britain Hunt takes us through what in very simplistic terms can be considered the nation s intellectual journey in its understanding of the new industrial cities the deep scepticism of anything urban and in particular the reactionary Young England movement which idealised rural Mideval England the modern scepticism of the slum journalists and fiction writers who uated density and industry with disease and sin the doctors do gooders and campaigners informed by Wanton Nights either Christian beliefs or a utilitarian commitment to alleviate suffering who tackled those problems the civic fath. From Manchester's deadly cotton works to London's literary salons a brilliantxploration of how the Victorians created the modern city Since Charles Dickens first described Coketown in Hard Times the nineteenth century city born of the industrial revolution has been a byword for deprivation pollution and criminality Yet as historian Tristram Hunt argues in this powerful new history the Coketowns of the 1800s were far than a monstrous landscape of factories and tenements By 1851 than half of Britain's population

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Ers who fought the sceptics by turning the city into an attractive and fulfilling place with community groups and intellectual societies as well as public monuments and grand buildings and finally the institutionalisation of this civic pride with the While My Soldier Serves emergence of genuinely local government whichmbraced an activism that improved housing built transport and waste infrastructure and most importantly laid down the foundations for councils which were a force for good in peoples livesIt is through this intellectual journey that the British revamped their from the dirty unhealthy over crowded anarchy of the arly Victorian ra into the clean rational and beautiful cities which beueathed the built ಪರಿಸರದ ಕತೆ Parisarada Kathe environment stillnjoy todayThe chapter cataloguing Joseph Chamberlain s transformation of Birmingham through his leadership on the council is The Fiend Next Door especially inspiring This is not only a high point in the history but a high point in the book itself Hunt s discussion of Chamberlain is a well focused narrative which uses one man s story to illustrate a larger trend Thisngaging style is used throughout though not always to as clear an ffectEven at their greatest Victorian cities were still dangerous and uneual places and the short sighted adoration of anything rural continues to infest British ideas about the right way to live But those of us dedicated to urbanism can t help but feel a pang of nvy at the Victorian social பொன்னியின் செல்வன் - புது வெள்ளம் ethic We only need compare the cheaply constructed shoeboxes we call public buildings with the sturdy grand buildings the Victoriansrected for their town halls and libraries For all their faults most Victorians loved their cities and were committed to making them better places We could use a dose of that civic pride today Pulling together an The Return of the Carter Boys: The Carter Boys 2 extensive array of primary sources Building Jerusalem charts how the idea of the city developed throughout the Victorianra a truly fascinating and pertinent topic One of the very few criticisms is that when discussing the opposition to Joseph Chamberlain Hunt uite suddenly begins using the term conservative to describe Joseph Allday and his Economists who opposed municipal intervention Considering Hunt had defined conservatism and Toryism as A Meditation on Murder essentially anti capitalist represented by Thomas Carlyle and John Ruskin for t This is less a history of Victorian cities than an intellectual history of Victorians relationship to modernity and industrialization of which of course cities were one important part It s rambling but rarely boringHunt begins with the dolorous statistics on life inarly Victorian cities In places like St Giles in London or Blackfriars in Glasgow population increased by 50 or 100% in just a few years in the arly 19th century while the amount of housing stayed the xact same From 1800 to 1841 cities like Sheffield grew from 45000 to 111000 Bradford from 13000 to 104000 and Manchester from 95000 to 310000 James Philips Kay the son of a nonconformist cotton mill owner left Edinburgh to be a doctor for the slums of Manchester and he was shocked by what he saw leading him to write The Moral and Physical Condition of the Working Class in 1832 which detailed the horrible living conditions of Mancunians It later inspired Engels s splenetic work on the same city The New General Register Office of 1837 Travis estimated that lifexpectancy in Manchester was 27 years while in the rural districts it was almost 35 Across England the number of convicted criminals Manchester was 27 years while in the rural districts it was almost 35 Across England the number of convicted criminals ightfold in the first 40 years of 19th century Something had clearly gone wrongPerhaps it was not surprising that many began to romanticize a glorious past Thomas Carlyle a Scottish Presbyterian once destined for the church used the German Romantics like Goethe to savage modern industrial society and its intellectual defenders like Jeremy Bentham and his Utilitarians He formulated the idea that the cash nexus had become the only foundation of modern society and that self love supplanted community feeling Carlyle and others though pointed out that diseases crime and vice showed that veryone was connected He inspired Dickens Disraeli and countless others to inveigh against a false God of Mammon and utility Along with Sir Walter Scott and many others he also helped bring back a celebration of the Middle Ages John Britton and Thomas Rickman in their Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of Architecture in England 1817 revivified the Gothic architecture as most AI Weiwei: Beijing Photographs, 1993-2003 expressive of England s national medieval geniusspecially in its late Perpendicular Gothic Style and in turn inspired the lapsed French Catholic AWN Pugin whose Contrasts set off the rich community The Bubble Economy: Is Sustainable Growth Possible? expressed in medieval architecture with modern gaols and panopticons John Ruskin in his Stones of Venice and his friend the Anglican architect William Butte. Ived in cities andven as these pioneers confronted a frightening new way of life they produced an urban flowering that would influence the shape of cities for generations to come Drawing on diaries newspapers and classic works of fiction Hunt shows how the Victorians translated their nergy and ambition into realizing an astonishingly grand vision of the utopian city on a hill the new Jerusalem He surveys the great civic creations from town halls to city suares sidewalks and ven sewers to reveal a story of midd. Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City


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    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt Pulling together an extensive array of primary sources Building Jerusalem charts how the idea of the city developed throughout the Victorian era—a truly fascinating and pertinent topic One of the very few criticisms is that when discussing the opposition to Joseph Chamberlain Hunt uite suddenly begins using the term

  4. says: PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt

    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt Tristram Hunt better known as Labour MP and sometimes Guardian columnist offers a survey of conceptions of the city as it underwent rapid and seismic change in the Victorian era This isn't a timeline history of industrialisation and urbanisation but an exploration of how both the elite and popular society understood the new urban

  5. says: PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt

    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt Tristram Hunt ß 5 review Considering its rave reviews I found this book rather disappointing Only those who enjoy reading history as a list of white businessmen politicians and the buildings they erected will find something for them in Building Jerusalem The tidbits of biography and historical detail nipped from primary sources are unfortunately too far between and the meandering structure demands much of the reader to get from oasis t

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    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt This marvelous history takes us through the low and high points of the development of the British cities of the 19th century The Industrial R

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    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt Read & Download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Tristram Hunt This isn't about the lived reality of Victorian cities but about the ideas informing the shape of the city and how people especially people of influence envisioned the city and what it meant to live in one Victorians really believed in the possibilities of urban life and the importance of maintaining or creating vibrant city spaces They didn't always succeed to put it mildly but they thought of cities as exciting places where great things

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    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt Read & Download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Tristram Hunt Tristram Hunt ß 5 review I think the title is a mistake a grabber for fans of William Blake and Monty Python but maybe a turn off for other prospective readers Which is too bad because the book is unusually lively for a 500 page history of English cities and how they grew Lots foreign influences than I suspected on the architecture most intriguingly to me The political ups and downs of Gothic for instance You have to be ready to skip chunks about things you already

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    Tristram Hunt ß 5 review Read & Download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Tristram Hunt PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt Stimulating and enjoyable; a great help in understanding the development of our major cities Issues concentrates too much on a few cities Manchester Birmingham to the exclusion of other provincial towns and cities and does not spend enough time on London; far too hard on suburbs and new towns which is where most people live and significantly where they want to live

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    PDF or EBOOK [Building Jerusalem The Rise and Fall of the Victorian City] BY Tristram Hunt A lot of interesting info never really went anywhere

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