Esoteric London

No. 195: The City of London

Posted in London Types by esotericlondon on November 26, 2010

The City of London. Photo © Roger Dean 1987

Saunterings in and about London – by Max Schlesinger, 1853:

None but men of business care to walk through the City at business hours; but if, either from choice or necessity, you find your way into those crowded quarters, you had better walk with your eyes wide open. Don’t stop on the pavement, move on as fast you can, and do as the others do, that is to say, struggle on as best you may, and push forward without any false modesty. The passengers in London streets are hardened; they give and receive kicks and pushes with equal equanimity.

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  1. alofa cosgrave said, on November 26, 2010 at 11:57 pm

    absolutely fascinating. How easily one can be lost in a city and lose yourself.


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