Written by John Betjeman. Published by Anthony Blond, London, 1970. As described by Christopher de Lotbinière Rare Books: "First Edition thus. First issued in 1933, this diatribe against the rise and fall of good taste in architecture styles that extends to nine feet. Betjeman is very funny about his own youthful prejudices, but underneath is a grim warning about the ugliness of the modern age. Hardcover in wonderful pink and black! 112 pages with pull-out illustrations."