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by Stephen Verney

Author: Stephen Verney
Language: English
Publisher: Revell (1971)
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Select Format: Unknown Binding. Format:Unknown Binding. ISBN13:9780800704377.

Tamworth High School. Tamworth, New South Wales. Current City and Home Town. Wollongong, New South Wales. Bondi, New South Wales, Australia.

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Stephen Wiltshire books. Floating Cities represents sixteen-year-old Stephen's artistic response to a 'Grand Tour' of Europe. In February 1987 the BBC's QED series broadcast a programme called "The Foolish Wise Ones". Doctors the world over are unable to explain why people like Stephen have such talents, but he has proved why we must accept his unique gifts at face value.

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Stephen Edmund Verney (17 April 1919 – 9 November 2009) was the second Bishop of Repton from 1977 to 1985; and from then on an honorary assistant bishop within the Diocese of Oxford. The son of Sir Harry Verney, 4th Baronet, he was born on 17 April 1919 and educated at Harrow and Balliol College, Oxford.

Stephen still thinks about Steve and wonders how he is getting along these days

Wodehouse and riding around the countryside on a moped. Steve listened to blues and rock and roll, had all of Bob Dylan’s albums, collected baseball cards, went to movie theatres three times a week and drove his own car. Stephen still thinks about Steve and wonders how he is getting along these days. After all, the two of them are genetically identical.

Verney organised the international conference People and Cities, which gave rise to his visionary book of the same title (1969)

Verney organised the international conference People and Cities, which gave rise to his visionary book of the same title (1969). Coining the term "megalopolis", it was an early warning against urban conglomeration and exploitation of the natural environment, and so was a precursor of the famous Church of England report Faith in the City (1985). In retirement from 1985, Verney was saddened by the pressures for narrowness and judgmentalism within the Anglican communion, and used his linguistic skills for a sharp critique of fundamentalism in all faiths.

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