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The Modern Antiquarian A Field Guide to Over 300 Prehistoric Sites Around Britain

By: Julian Cope
Publisher: Harper Thorsons
The Modern Antiquarian
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  • The Modern Antiquarian ISBN: 9780722535998 Hardback Oct 1998 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
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Makes new connections between places, rivers and names in a way that will inspire people into a new awareness of their land. The gazeteer section claims to exceed all previous guidebooks of sacred Britain in its depth and range.
`Erudite (his references range from Pope and Blake to D.H.Lawrence and T.S.Eliot), articulate and lucid.' Daily Telegraph
`If Cope's forthcoming book on British Prehistoric Sites has as much impact as `Krautrocksampler', then expect the pathways to our most farflung moorland monuments to be worn deep into the trenches.' Sunday Times Magazine

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Julian Cope shot to fame with his band 'The Teardrop Explodes' at the height of the Post-Punk renaissance. Since the Teardrops he has recorded over 20 albums and known as the Arch Drude, is truly a cult hero. His books, The Modern Antiquarian and the two-part autobiography Head On and Repossessed, are bestsellers and have secured him a permanent place in our culture's history.

By: Julian Cope
Publisher: Harper Thorsons
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'Erudite (his references range from Pope and Blake to D. H. Lawrence and T. S. Eliot), articulate and lucid, he possesses an admirable degree of self-awareness.' - The Telegraph, September 1995

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