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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hutton, Laurence, Literary landmarks of London. New York, Harper & Bros., (OCoLC) item 3 Literary Landmarks of London. by Laurence Hutton (English) Hardcover Book Free S - Literary Landmarks of London. by Laurence Hutton (English) Hardcover Book Free S. $ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See › eBay › Books › Nonfiction. In the year , stalwart of English literature, Geoffrey Chaucer, was interred in Westminster Abbey. Though not initially buried there in recognition of his literary prowess, his body was transferred to an enormous tomb a century and a half later by a literature lover, and was soon followed by the burial of Edmund Spenser, author of the epic poem The Faerie Queen, in /london/articles/literary-landmarks-to-visit-in-london. Beatrix Potter—London & Cumbria. This year the UK celebrates the th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter, the brains behind the children’s book “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” and many more. Start at the Victoria and Albert Museum, housing the world's largest collection of Potter's drawings, literary manuscripts, letters and
A Guide to the Best Literary Landmarks in the USA I hope that you were one of 76% of American adults who read at least one book last year. As for me, I am not American but would have been one of 21% of those who read more than ten books in Literary Landmarks. Children's Book Week ; Landmarks by Author; Landmarks by State; Landmarks by Year. Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum; Jack London, Oakland, Calif. Built in from parts of an old whaling ship and opened by Johnny Heinold as a saloon for seafarers in Jack London used to frequent the saloon and was 12 Literary Spots In London That Every Book Lover Needs To Visit A guide to the best (and mostly free) places to channel some of the city's greatest writers and celebrate their works. by Arianna In a city full of landmarks, the Globe Theatre is one of London's most iconic spots. While the modern reconstruction is not even 20 years old, the recreation of the theatre has been › Home.
London is a major centre of world literature. Take a tour of some of the most famous places that have influenced the lives and work of the capital's writers The metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the All Files: HTTP link in the View the book box to the left to find XML files that contain more London is a literature-lover's paradise. The city of Shakespeare, Dickens and Woolf is brimming with literary history and replete with theatres, libraries and bookshops. We've chosen the top spots to eat, drink, read and explore for bibliophiles. So grab a book to read on the tube over and surround yourself with all things :// As you set out on this literary London walking tour (which honestly might be a bit ambitious to do in one day), you'll want to look out for these blue (or sometimes brown) plaques scattered around the city. Since , the plaques, in various incarnations, have marked landmarks associated with influential political and cultural ://