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More like an extra 'r', than a forgotten word

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As always Will Alsop has something to say from his garden hut ('Beauty - a forgotten word, ' AJ 29.11.01), but I was equally struck by his spelling of Sherringham. The extra 'r'must stand for a religion shared by all those devotees of the strange beauty of this forgotten outlier on the east coast.

Keep it up Will: our profession needs reminding that truth is revealed through beauty. Did Ruskin say this too?

Professor Brian Edwards, ECA/Herriot Watt University, Edinburgh

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