A historical geography of gay life in Leicester
Martin's Street in was good enough for envoys and high officials, and thither Newton drew all that was scientific to his entertainments. Smith tells us, in his "Book for a Rainy Day," that "for many years the back parlour of the 'Feathers' public-house—which stood on the side of Leicester Fields, and which was so called in compliment to its neighbour Frederick, Prince of Wales, who inhabited Leicester House—had been frequented by artists, and several well-known amateurs.
Retrieved April 20, Unfortunately, quiet followed once more, and although numerous contemporary radical geographers employ a sense of theory and practice that shares many affinities with anarchism, direct engagement with anarchist ideas among academic geographers have been limited.
In doing so, the book seeks to draw on and influence core debates in this field, as well as disrupt the Anglo-American hegemony in studies of sexualities, sexes and geographies.
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- Panton Street, viâ "Slug Street," opens the south-west corner, but the north-west side is completely closed.
- It takes its name from Hamilton Academy, now called Hamilton Grammar School , the oldest school in the town founded
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