Mr Stephen Spence, prosecuting at Norwich Crown Court yesterday, said: "The allegation is that Matless
pulled out to overtake two vehicles in the course of which the wing mirror of his vehicle struck a young woman, killing her.
AT THE START OF THIS ENTERTAINING, but very disturbing, book David Matless
assumes that the upper class, who had always had a clear sense of national identity, virtually killed itself off in the 1914-18 war, leaving a void where a self-concept, which could be described as patriotism, should have existed.
D, 2005 Landscape and Englishness (Reaktion Books, London)
D, Oldfield J, Swain A, 2008, "Geographically touring the eastern bloc: British geography, travel cultures and the Cold War" Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series 33 354-375
Naylor S K, Ryan J R, 2003, "Ethnicity and cultural landscapes: mosques, gudwaras and mandirs in England and Wales", in Geographies of British Modernity: Space and Society in the Twentieth Century Eds D Gilbert, D Matless
, B Short (Blackwell, Oxford) pp 168-184
I want to adopt the category of wonder but, following Matless
(2009), I want to detach such a stance from the wonderful, and in turn the capacity of things to disrupt.
The combination of shared field histories, pencil drawings, and numbers helps in producing a "knowing around" (Hinchliffe et al, 2005) swans and other species that frequent British wetlands (see also Matless
et al, 2005).