Writers' London: A Guide To Literary People And Places

December 22, 2019|
Writers' London: A Guide To Literary People And Places by Carrie Kania
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. Explore the city that inspired some of the greatest writers in history. Discover the contemporary writers still making London a literary capital today. The perfect gift for anglophiles, bibliophiles, and wanderers. Part of a new series exploring London culture, joined by Vinyl London, Rock 'n' Roll London, Art London and London Peculiars"When one is tired of London, one is tired of life." - Samuel Johnson London has long been a center of the literary world. From Shakespeare to Amis, Byron to Blake, Plath, Thomas, Christie and Rowling; many of the greatest names in literature have made this metropolis their home. Writers' London guides the reader through homes, bookshops, pubs and cemeteries, in search of where literary greats loved and lost, drank and died. Discover the Islington building where Joe Orton was murdered by his lover, the Soho pub where Dylan Thomas left his manuscript, the Chelsea hotel where Oscar Wilde was arrested, and the Bank of England where Kenneth Graham was shot at (and missed) three times. Gathering hundreds of famous and less-well-known anecdotes, this meticulously researched volume will entertain any lover of literature.
Based first in New York and now in London, Carrie Kania has a long history in the publishing industry. She lives with her husband Ash, their dog Foxy and a lot of books in Soho. When Alan Oliver is not reading, he can be found creating bespoke handwoven rugs. He lives in South London with his dog Delilah and a lot of looms.
Title:Writers' London: A Guide To Literary People And PlacesFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:240 pages, 8.17 X 6.03 X 0.88 inShipping dimensions:240 pages, 8.17 X 6.03 X 0.88 inPublished:22 décembre 2019Publisher:ACC Art BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1788840461

ISBN - 13:9781788840460

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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