Stories in their place

A series of booklets based on posts from this blog 2009-2013…

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Part 1 gathers together stories about some of Leeds’ heroes, its industrial and scientific pioneers.
Bookleteer
Kindle e-book
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Part 2 expands on the concept of “narrative capital,” the stock of stories that a city has to draw on.
Bookleteer

Part 3, to be published shortly, takes a tentative look to the future, wondering if the heritage of the city and its wider region could be a foundation for a new, forward-looking “idea of the north.”

Matt Edgar
matt@mattedgar.com
February 2013

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