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|‘Quis ineptae tam patiens urbis, tam ferreus ut teneat se’: London, an eighteenth-century city in turmoil?1 Samuel Johnson’s London and William Hogarth’s Gin Lane||
In many respects eighteenth-century London was a golden period of prosperity for the city. It was a period of economic affluence, with newly...
|18th century, London, Hogarth, Samuel Johnson||view|
|‘Bad taste of the town’: Hogarth satirised eighteenth-century theatre, but the public wanted spectacle by Simon Lamoon||
William Hogarth, Alexander Pope and other social commentators of their age believed there was an intellectual decline in the...
|Long 18th Century, Hogarth||view|