Material Memories

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Abbatt, Paul and Marjorie 96–7
Ainsworth, Harrison 131–2, 135
Tower of London132, 133, 134
Alberti, Leon Battista 84
Alpern, Sara 162
Angel of the North, The 59–61,62, 63
architecture see Fascist architecture:
Goldfinger, Ernö
Aristotle 19–20, 21, 82
Armstrong, Nancy 81
Augustine, Saint 21
Austin, J.L. 18
Bainbridge, Beryl 245–6
Baker, Gail 233–4
Bann, Stephen 29, 137
banners, Lord Grey's embroidered 143–58, 144, 145, 155, 156
designs 149–58
embroiderers 147–9, 150
purpose 144–7
Bardi, P.M. 215
Barnes, Canon Arthur 165–6
Barthes, Roland 221–2, 225, 226, 230, 236
Baudrillard, Jean 224
Benjamin, Walter 93–4, 107–22, 242
Denkbild (thought-image) 112–14
homelessness 112–13
memory 116, 118
‘Northern Sea’ 111–15, 120–21
politicization 121
travel souvenirs 115, 116
Bergson, Henri 17, 107
Berkeley, Bishop George 18
Berman, Linda 231
Biel, Stephen 245–6
Blanc, Charles 43, 56
Blanc, Guiseppe 206
Blumenberg, Hans 244
spectatorship 244
Bodfish, Ewart 163, 174, 177
see also Lascelles, Frank
Bourdieu, Pierre 224
Brancusi 103
Brangwyn, Frank 177
Brecht, Bertholdt 112
Brown, Ron 66
Browne, Sir Thomas 44
Bruto, Giovanni Michele 87–8
Burgin, Victor 224
Cameron, James 240
Titanic film247–50, 247, 247n
Caravaggio, 6, 24
Cattermole, George 132
Cavallo, Sandra 81
C sar 92, 100, 102
Chapman, George 21
civic memory in Norwich 183–9
commemoration of benefactors 194–6, 195

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