Lit Life: New Guide To Bustling London Falls Short Of The Gold Standard

No city is beloved by everyone, and George Bernard Shaw was among those who never fell under the fabled sway of his adopted hometown: "London, when you have once seen it, is inconceivable, and the more you have seen of it, the less you can believe in it," wrote Shaw, adding that fellow author Percy Shelley rightly "described Hell as 'a city much like London.'"

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