Table of contents for English Shops and Shopping : an architectural history / Kathryn Morrison.


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Acknowledgements
Introduction								
1. Stalls, Shambles and Shops: Marketing and Shopping before 1700	
2. 'Of Fine Shops and Fine Shews': the Birth of Fashionable Shopping in London	
						   
3. Beguiling the Gaze: Shopfront Design c.1750-2000
		  	
4. Tradition on the High Street: Specialist Traders and their Shops	
5. Shopping in Style: Bazaars and Arcades				  
6. Civilising the Centre: Market Halls					  
7. Shopping Palaces: Warehouses and Emporia 1800-1900		  
8. From the Cradle to the Grave: Co-operative Stores	 		
9. The Big Store in the 20th Century					
10.  Kings of Commerce: Multiple Shops and Chain Stores
-     Introduction						   
- Case Study: W H Smith						
- Case Study: Boots							
- Case Study: Burton						
- Case Study: Marks & Spencer					
- Case Study: Woolworth							
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11. Building a Better Tomorrow: Urban Precincts and Malls		 
12. Big Box Retailing: Supermarkets and Superstores			 
-      Case Study: Tesco							
13. Shopping Unlimited: the Move out of Town				
14. Conclusion	: the Landscape of Desire							     
Notes; Bibliography; Illustration Credits; Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Stores, Retail England History, Architecture England, Retail trade England History