The Jardin-Anglais as Public Image of the Self
Civil Engineering and Architecture
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At first glance, the jardin anglais of 18th-century France appears to be composed of a standard set of pieces. A closer examination of specific gardens, however, reveals that the elements were often chosen to "fit" the garden to the patron, the garden thus being made into the means of projecting the self to others.
White, J. R.
The Jardin-Anglais as Public Image of the Self.
Civil Engineering and Architecture, 5(4),