This is a limited edition of 200 beautifully designed paperback, independently published, with archival historical images and local photographs. This is a compilation of the history of a unique area of London: Somers Town.
A slice through time in Somers Town is a London in miniature.
Journeys takes in 300 years of change and migrations, hosting intellectual giants of world thought and political activism - Godwin, Wollstonecraft, black activists George Padmore and Claudia Jones, as well as the lives of ordinary people shaping its 20th Century journey, those of more recent arrivals - the Irish, the Bangladeshi - stories of personal journeys.
Editors Diana Foster and Professor Esther Leslie with contributions from:
Professor Esther Leslie, Joe Kerr, photographers Siobhan Bradshaw and Andy Commons, Alan Stephens and more.
Form: Large non fiction paperback
Details: 258 (mm), 185 (mm), 68 number of pages, with full colour photograph/ illustrations.