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LITERARY LONDON

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LITERARY LONDON TOURS

NOVELS SET IN LONDON

STATUES OF WRITERS


(Created on 02/04/2014)

 



 

 


LITERARY LONDON TOURS :

 

  • 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."

    (frommers.com)
  • 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."

    (canada.com)

  • 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)."

    (fictionwriting.about.com)

 

 

  • 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."

    (seattletimes.com)

 

  • 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."
    (theguardian.com)


    "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."
    etc.

    (telegraph.co.uk)

 

 

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Lord Byron