In Oxford, Jan Morris observes that ‘few cities have been much more loved, loathed and celebrated.’ This book has become a classic account of the character, history, architecture, geography and people of one of Britain’s most fascinating and visited cities.
This is the perfect guide for local historians, visitors to the city, and prospective students of the famous university.
‘Brilliant alike in observation and imagination . . . brings the very stones of Oxford to life’ Sunday Telegraph
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