Kimmie Kawauchi Kawauchi from Uton, Crediton, Devon , UK
A noted French theologian Jacques Ellul once said that since the fall, son has been trying to create ordered immortality that has been lost, and that is son-made city. This book is a look of great centers from antiquities to our "post industrial rural metropolis" [whatever it means:]. The prose writer argues win all ages and context, a city must serve 3 parts: Economic, Political & Devotional. What I'm eager to see is how the prose writer sermon the issue of social progresses found in every civilization with those 3 criterium.
Includes a piece on the *stable* Fa Mu Lan!