LITERARY LONDON TOURS :
- Literary London :
"London is the city in the world that has had the biggest global influence on English language and world literature. Following is a guide to Literary London..."
- A Literary Tour (in one day)
"From Chaucer to Dickens, Shakespeare to Virginia Woolf, London has provided inspiration (and a home) to some of the English language's greatest writers. Follow in their illustrious footsteps on this short walking tour. Start: Tube to Euston or King's Cross."
- 48 hours in literary London
"Got 48 hours to explore the literary haunts of London? The British capital is a treasure trove of pubs, museums and hotels steeped in booklore. Reuters correspondents with a mix of local knowledge give tips on how to spend a short stay."
- Historic Literary London Walking Tour - Spotting Blue Plaques on Your London Tour
"Within blocks of this T.S. Eliot plaque at 3 Kensington Court Gardens, for instance, you can see the former residences of Ezra Pound (10 Kensington Church Walk), William Makepeace Thackeray (2 Palace Green), and James Joyce (28 Campden Grove)."
- Take yourself on a literary tour of London
"Visit the homes-turned-museums of writers Charles Dickens and Samuel Johnson in London, and the final resting places at Poets’ Corner in Westminster Abbey."
- Walking tour of London's literary pubs
"Explore the watering holes of some of London's most famous writers in the company of the ghosts of Charles Dickens and Virginia Woolf on a new guided walking tour."
"Newman Arms on Rathbone Street was the inspiration for the prole pub in George Orwell's 1984."
- London’s best historical pubs: the ultimate tour
5. The Dog and Duck - "Where George Orwell once drank."
7. The Lamb and Flag "has hosted Dickens, Hogarth, and many more."
10. The Lamb - "Dickens is thought to have drunk here."
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