London, City of Disappearances

Iain Sinclair's "anthology of absence" muses on all things forgotten within London and about it.
Of all cities, London most powerfully touches the imagination. It is the landscape for these stories because no other place has the same capacity for labyrinthine obliquity. It elicits wonder and horror in equal measure. In Blake’s words, it has become “a human awful wonder of God”.

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