God and Enchantment of Place: Reclaiming Human Experience

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APPENDIX

The Internet as Visual Resource
In giving book references for all the various images I have utilized during the course of my discussion, I have tried wherever possible to make use of the most easily accessible rather than expensive, definitive editions. Even so, readers may at times have felt frustrated that the relevant book was not on their shelves or in their local library, and that my own description has failed to give them an adequate sense of what the painting or piece of architecture is about, though I have tried my best. I therefore list here some of the ways in which their computer could help. The particular image in question may not be available, but related ones by the artist will be, and so some idea conveyed. Both the address and the site name are given, as sometimes it may be easier to use a search engine. All websites were accessed on 30 January 2004.
Architecture
Ando: Tadeo Ando in Design Boom (includes illustration of Church of Light, Osaka). At http:// www.designboom.com/eng/interview/ando.html
Botta: Mario Botta Architetto with section on sacred space. At http:/www.botta.ch/.
Cologne Cathedral: (Willkomen in Hohen Dom zu Köln). Virtual tour under Rundgang at http:// www.koelner-dom.de.
Le Corbusier: Ein kleiner Streifzug durch sein Werk with generous and unusual illustrations at http:// www.tu-harburg.de/b/kuehn/lecorb.html.
Coventry Cathedral: Good detailed survey at http://www. exponet.co.uk/cathedral/(follow virtual tour).
Durham Cathedral: detailed historical tour at http:// www.dur. ac.uk/˜dla0www/c_tour/ cathedral.html.
Ecclesiological Society: Useful number of links for various county guides and also London churches at http://www.ecclsoc.org/.

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  • God and Enchantment of Place iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents ix
  • List of Plates x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Sacrament and Enchantment 5
  • 2: The Place of Encounter 37
  • 3: The Natural World 84
  • 4: Placement and Pilgrimage 153
  • 5: Competing Styles 245
  • 6: The Contemporary Context 308
  • 7: Widening the Perspective 350
  • Plates 405
  • Interim Conclusion 407
  • Appendix 414
  • Index 419
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