I think i would have liked this more if i were british because its a catalog of lost things of that culture and not everything listed is lost in america also i would have preferred a bill bryson type treatment of the material with answers instead of a repetition in each section of the question what did happen what could have happened. Lost worlds what have we lost where did it go bywater michael on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers works of art disappear species are extinguished books are lost cities drown things once thought immortal suddenly arent there at all whole libraries of knowledge. Lost worlds is a glossory of the missing people civilizations languages philosophies snuff galoshes your mothers perfume a cabinet of absent curiosities weaving a web of everything we no read more. We are defined not by what we have but by what we have lost along the way and so lost worlds a glossary of the missing a cabinet of absent curiosities no mere miscellany it weaves a web of everything we no longer have lost worlds the book that falls open at every page. Get this from a library lost worlds what have we lost where did it go michael bywater bywater a writer and broadcaster pens the erudite lost world column that appears in londons independent on sunday his divertingly footnoted glossary of the missing ranges the alphabet to
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