At Home: A Short History of Private Life [book]

I REALLY LIKED THIS BOOK AND IT TAUGHT ME THINGS LIKE WHAT A LIMELIGHT WAS AND WHY IT'S CALLED A PANTRY BUT I CAN'T FOR THE LIFE OF ME UNDERSTAND WHY IT WAS STRUCTURED THE WAY IT WAS. WHY DIDN'T HE JUST MAKE THE LAST CHAPTER 'THE HOUSE' AND PUT ALL HIS STORIES ABOUT VICTORIAN ARCHITECTS THERE? I DIDN'T REALLY EVEN HATE THE PARTS ABOUT VICTORIAN ARCHITECTS BUT HE STUCK THEM IN SO RANDOMLY IT ALWAYS JUST MADE ME WISH HE'D GET BACK ON TOPIC WHEN HE WENT INTO IT EVERY OTHER CHAPTER AND IT WOULD HAVE MADE PERFECT SENSE AS A CLOSING CHAPTER INSTEAD OF A RANDOM SPRINKLING DERAILING NEARLY EVERY SINGLE CHAPTER.

PS. A LOT OF PEOPLE HATE THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT'S BASICALLY LIKE READING WIKIPEDIA BUT I REALLY LIKE READING WIKIPEDIA SO I REALLY LIKED THIS BOOK.

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