The Idea of the Garden in the Renaissance
New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press, 1978 
xiii, 278 p.,  leaves of plates: 8vo. Cloth, Very good with slightly worn dust wrapper. From the collection of Colin Amery. No bookplate. Although this book covers the design of gardens it is a scholarly analysis of the ways in which space was experienced in the Middle Ages and the renaissance and its potential as an environment in which thought about culture, religion and social interaction and politics could be expanded.