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Peter de Bolla in his article entitled “The Visibility of Visuality: Vauxhall Gardens and the Siting of the Viewer,” in Vision and Textuality, ed. Stephen Meville and Bill Readings (Basingstoke, 1995)

John Goodman , “‘Altar against Altar’: The Colisée, Vauxhall Utopianism and Symbolic Politics in Paris (1769–1777),” Art History 15, no. 4 (1992): 434–69

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