BELOW LONDON BRIDGE by H. M. Tomlinson

BELOW LONDON BRIDGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A distinguished writer in simpler vein than his last book of essays, South to Cadiz. Here is London of the waterfront, the England of docks and ships from distant ports, of the dingy commerce behind the glamorous front. A book redolent of Tomlinson's rare charm, and with an undercurrent of philosophical comment that is characteristic of all he writes. There is an established Tomlinson market, though this belongs with his slighter work.

Publisher: Harper