Table of contents for Paradise lost : rural idyll and social change in England since 1800 / Jeremy Burchardt.

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Urbanization and Industrialization
Literary Attitudes to the Countryside, 1790-1870
Agrarian Radicalism, 1790-1850
Gardens, Allotments, and Parks
Model Villages and Garden Cities
Literary Attitudes to the Countryside in the Later-18th and Early-19th Centuries
Land Reform After 1850
Preservationism Before the First World War
Preservationism and Planning
The Organic Movement Before and During the Second World War
Rural Reconstruction Between Wars
Ruralism, National Identity, and Politics
The Economic Consequences of Rural Nostalgia
Rural Change and the Legislative Framework, 1939-2000
Agriculture and the Environment
Recreation in the Countryside Since the Second World War
Intra-Village Social Change and Attitudinal Conflict in the 20th Century
Town, Country, and Politics at the End of the 20th Century

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: City and town life Great Britain History, Country life Great Britain History, Geographical perception Great Britain, Landscape changes Great Britain, Human geography Great Britain, Great Britain Rural conditions, Great Britain Social conditions 19th century, Great Britain Social conditions 20th century