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Literary London - from Shakespeare to Dickens. From Soho to Mayfair, to Highgate in the north and Richmond in the south, this book takes the reader on 25 walking tours together with detailed, practical information on the highlights encountered Walking Literary London book route, history, access, opening times and transport.
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From beloved bookstores to important places in the city’s history, it always takes me on a journey both literally and metaphorically. I like to start my London literary walk at my favorite London bookshop, Daunt Books in Marylebone.
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Walking Literary London presents 25 carefully planned walks that explore London's rich literary heritage. You find it packed with stories of the lives, loves, and works of famous novelists, poets, and playwrights.
Along with its visitor information, photos, and maps, its unique take on London makes this guide a must-have for your trip to this captivating city, especially if you love books. 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.
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Literary London Walking Tour Running Holborn underground station, London (main exit, debouches onto Kingsway) Guided by Andy R.
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Many books and their writers are commemorated in statues and plaques in significant locations, which become the destinations of literary pilgrimage. Literary London is an invitation to travel with her the way she travels, as she taps into her expertise, intuition, and willingness to try new things.
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Admirals Walk contained the houses of two large literary figures: John Galsworthy ( – ) novelist and playwright and P. Travers ( – ) novelist and journalist. Galsworthy won a Novel Prize in Literature in and lived the majority of his life here in Hampstead.
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Follow in their illustrious footsteps on this short walking tour. A captivating literary portrait of the writers who explore the city at night, and the people they met “Cities, like cats, will reveal themselves at night,” wrote the poet Rupert Brooke. Before the age of electricity, the nighttime city was a very different place to the one we know today – home to.
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Literary London Walking Tour – Chelsea (Self-Guided) London has been home to great literary authors for centuries. There are locations all over town connected to various authors and their works but this self-guided tour focuses on the area of Chelsea.
Well known today for posh shops and celebrity haunts, Chelsea has been home to some of the.While London’s streets may not be paved with gold, there is a wealth of literary history round practically every r sees the eighth annual staging of our Literary Footprints is a unique and London-centric literary festival; like a walking book club, it takes people out onto the streets of London on guided walks.George Orwell and University of London Senate House.
This building was the inspiration for George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth in his famous novel, At the time he wrote the book (in ), the building was the tallest in London (it is feet high).
Built induring world war two the building was used as the Ministry of Information.