Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful william morris if walls could talk an intimate history of the home is written in a very readable tone and covers the four main areas of the house the bedroom the bathroom the living room and the kitchen from medieval times to the present day while most of the books i review are christian this one is not and those with delicate sensibilities might be advised to avoid it. If walls could talk an intimate history of the home by lucy worsley is a fascinating look at how people really lived loved and died over the centuries by the acclaimed historian and author of courtiers the secret history of the georgian court and cavalier the story of a 17th century playboy about the author. If reading a simple description of dr worsleys if walls could talk an intimate history of the home makes you suspect it is a dry tome please think again this entertaining and fascinating read is anything but and is the companion book to her outstanding bbc 4 series of the same name. If walls could talk an intimate history of the home lucy worsley review the story of how we turned bricks and mortar into domestic bliss is an intriguing pleasure historian and writer lucy
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