Table of contents for Architecture and suburbia from English villa to American dream house, 1690-2000 / John Archer.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Prologue: Self, House, and Suburb
Introduction: Built Spaces and Identity
Part I. Eighteenth-Century England: The Genesis of the Bourgeois Dwelling
1. Locating the Self in Space
2. Villa Suburbana, Terra Suburbana
3. The Apparatus of Selfhood
Part II. Nineteenth-Century America: Republican Homes in Arcadian Suburbs
4. Republican Pastoral: Toward a Bourgeois Arcadia
5. Suburbanizing the Self
Part III. Twentieth-Century America: The Dream House Ideal and the Suburban Landscape
6. Nationalizing the Dream
7. Analyzing the Dream
Conclusion: Reframing Suburbia
Coda: Looking Ahead
Notes
Permissions
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Suburban homes -- United States.
Suburban homes -- England.
Architecture, Domestic -- United States.
Architecture, Domestic -- England.
Architecture and society -- United States.
Architecture and society -- England.