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Download Waterloo City City Waterloo The Waterloo and City Line mobi ✓ 160 pages ✓ [Download] ➼ Waterloo City City Waterloo The Waterloo and City Line By Leanne Shapton – Gwairsoft.co.uk Leanne Shapton author of Important Artifacts and Personal Property from the Collection of LenoLeanne Shapton City Waterloo Kindle #211 author of Important Artifacts and Personal Property from the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris and Swimming Studies creates an authorly and artistic response to travel work and being a passenger part of a series of twelve books tied to the twelve lines of the London Underground In Waterloo City City Waterloo Leanne Shapton creates an authorly and artist A peculiar little bookI grew less patient by the page feeling happy when I could just scroll the pages once I reached those without texts Actually that's how impatient I feel when I take the subway myself in real life So that's a moodsituation Shapton displays uite well There's no conversation or connection between any two people on this sub uite sad actually considering the same people flock the same line at the same hours day after day after day after day A very uneasy read Well done

mobi ✓ Waterloo City City Waterloo The Waterloo and City Line ¸ Leanne Shapton

Line's distance and time its brevity its passage between only City City Waterloo PDF #180 two stations its existence as almost primarily a shuttle for office workers going between their homes and the business district of the City The layout of the book reflects the two stops on the line one half of the book representing the Waterloo City ourgoing journey and the second half the City Waterloo return voyag A mix of stream of conciousness and multimedia display This book is somewhere between a book a play a short film and a multimedia presentationWe dip in and out of various people commuting on London's shortest line sometimes we only see the outside sometimes their texts and emails and sometimes their innermost thoughts and feelings While ther is no cohesive narrative no feeling that the passengers are all on the same journey at the same time there is a spectrum of people The fragments of their lives form a mosaic along with the pictures of babies doodles and other ancillary data

Leanne Shapton ¸ Waterloo City City Waterloo The Waterloo and City Line reader

Waterloo City City Waterloo The Waterloo and City LineIc response Waterloo City Epubto the Waterloo and City line's particular length and those who travel on it Shapton observes the particularities of the line's rush hour passengers and imagines a number of their interior monologs in both verbal and visual detail The variety of City City Waterloo The Waterloo ePUB #199 commuters ruminations and obsessions result in a detailed and illustrated breakdown of the The Waterloo City Line is easily the shortest and least used of the 11 current London Underground lines It runs between two busy stations Waterloo on the South Bank beneath the National Rail station and Bank in the historic heart of the capital's financial district The trip is just under 1½ miles in length and takes barely 4 minutes which is still longer than the similar Times Suare to Grand Central Terminal shuttle along 42nd Street in ManhattanWaterloo City City Waterloo consists of brief external descriptions and the imagined thoughts of several people riding the subway along with mostly inscrutable diagrams that include scribbles on newspapers large dots in meaningless configurations and drawings of what appears to be water in motion presumably from the River Thames as this line passes underneath it for a portion of the short journey The dialogues are mostly petty and mean spirited as all riders seem to hate their jobs their lives and their lovers and friends and most obsess about their attractiveness or lack of it and their personal miseries The most appealing portions of the book were the two collections of photos of babies and toddlers although all of the children were white which was rather anachronistic in multicultural London and its diverse population of subway passengers This was a very disappointing read whose shallow depth matches the brief length of the Underground line it was meant to portray