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Peppered with great reading suggestions and little-known tales of literary gossip, Novel Destinations is a unique travel guide, an attractive gift book, and the ultimate bibliophile's delight.
Blending literature and travel, this book offers a look at 15 US destinations featured in the works of famous writers. Designed as a guide to help avid bibliophiles experience the places they've only read about.
During Jane Austen's time, London was a flourishing city with fine streets, fashionable squares and a thriving port which brought in good from around the globe. This tour allows the reader to take in what Jane may have experienced!
This book depicts a story of remarkable passion for a city, a woman, and a time. Through his journal and photographs, Wheeler portrays the intimate connection Hemingway had with the woman he never stopped loving, Hadley, and the city he loved most.
This book is a perceptive portrait of America at a dramatic point in its history. Where Steinbeck returned from the road depressed about the country's soul, Barich finds brightness among the dark and rekindles his belief in the long view.
Veering from your typical travel book, this memoir invites readers along on a mental and spiritual journey into the children’s books of her childhood. She traverses their classic landscape, rediscovering books that aided her in forging her own path.
A fascinating travelogue with a literary theme takes in unusual writers' haunts and the surprising places that inspired some of our favourite fictional locations. The map of Britain that emerges is one dotted with literary stories and curiosities.
Packed with information, maps and photos, The Shakespeare Trail will bring you closer to Will from Stratford. Whether you're an armchair traveller or planning a trip, this book is the ideal companion for any Shakespeare lover.
This book will explore the capital both from the viewpoint of the many writers who have used it as a stage for their plots and their characters. London in Literature will appeal to all lovers of classic fiction set in the great city.
Featuring more than 100 locations this beautifully illustrated book takes the reader around the British Isles to locations associated with the world’s leading authors.
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