A photograph taken from the second storey of a building on Oxford Street, London while another building burns. 1897.
Tags » 1890s
Address: 58 Carroll Street
Architect: James Louis Salmond
Builders: Crawford & Watson
Much has been written about Dunedin’s church buildings, which is the main reason they haven’t been given much attention here, but when I came across the beautiful and previously unpublished architectural drawing of the Chinese Mission Church in the Hocken Colections, I couldn’t resist following it up further. 1,274 more words
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It was possible for Leskov to create a shield against censorship through the special genre of “skaz” that he cultivated. This genre is marked by the failure of the views and opinions of the narrator and those of the author behind him to coincide.