Book ç Hidden City ↠ 288 pages

Doc ↠ Hidden City ¹ Karl Whitney

Hidden CityDublin is a city much visited and deeply mythologized In Hidden City Karl Whitney who has been described as 'Dublin's best psychogeographer since James Joyce' explores the places the city's deni A bit all over the place couldn't decide if it wanted to be a rant about cowboy property developers and the resultant urban blight or a uirky travel guide touring power plants airports bus routes etc Did a mediocre job of both Disappointed but did learn a few interesting things which saved it from a one star

Reader Hidden City

Book ç Hidden City ↠ 288 pages ¸ Dublin is a city much visited and deeply mythologized In Hidden City Karl Whitney who has been described as 'Dublin's best psychogeographer since James Joyce' explores the places the city's denizens easily overlook Whitney haunts Dublin's edgelands underground rivers and sewers ghost estates and dark corIn and around the city or skulking around the Georgian estate that once belonged to Charles Haughey Karl Whitney shows us a Dublin – or a collection of Dublins – that we've never seen befor I spent part of the time reading this in Dublin itself and I love the city My one big suggestion is that the author add a map to the beginning of each chapter to outline his route For those of us not bred in the city It was very difficult to get our bearings

Karl Whitney ¹ Hidden City Reader

Zens easily overlook Whitney haunts Dublin's edgelands underground rivers and sewers ghost estates and dark corners Whether he is visiting each of the twenty addresses at which James Joyce lived More a collection of stories articles on the behind the scenes of Dublin Some knowledge of the city and it's geography is probably beneficial I found some chapters full of researched details like the sewers chapter and others were just games like the bus chapter I preferred the detail and was perhaps hoping to understand about Dublin's bus routes