English Architecture by T.W. West
A concise but comprehensive survey or the development of architecture in England from the neolithic chambered tombs, up to the carefully designed houings of the post-war new towns. It describes the buildings of the Roman occupation and the Romansque style of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman periods, leading up to the flowering of Gothic in the middle ages. The influence of the Renaissance, the Regency periods, the nineteenth century Gothic and Classic revivals and the twentieth century architecture.