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Literary Landscapes of the British Isles: A Narrative Atlas

A delightful literary excursion, carefully charted with words and maps to deepen our appreciation and understanding of both the literature and the landscape of the British Isles. It includes the London of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Dr. Johnson, Charles Dickens, and Virginia Woolf, Bath in the 18th and 19th centuries as seen by Smollett, Jane Austen and Dickens. Going north, The Lake poets, Bronte Country and to the west, Hardy's Wessex, the Dublin of Joyce and Yeats. Walking tours through Mrs. Dalloway and Ulysses are also included. A set of indexes, 33 detailed maps and 60 contemporary photographs and prints make for an easy to use reference as well as being a pleasure to browse. "A comprehensive atlas and gazetteer featuring information on more than 225 leading British and Irish authors (with detailed biographical summaries of each) and more than 475 cities, towns, and villages; the essential companion for the literary scholar, student and reader alike" Times Lit. Sup. Edition ISBN's: Hardback: 0448222051, 0709201508, 071351244X & 0871963051 Paperback: 0140057358


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