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Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey

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The New York Times on “Literary Locales”

A Writer’s Edge on “Literary Locales”

“A Writer’s House” (an illustrated essay addressing the question, “Do the houses once lived in by famous writers tell us anything about their work?”).

Links in Chronological Order

Ugarit Euripides Launcelot du Lac Samuel Pepys Sir Walter Scott Elizabeth Gaskell Zygmunt Krasinski Vladimir Turgenev Ambrose Bierce Lafcadio Hearn Paul Laurence Dunbar Sidonie Gabrielle Colette Stefan Zweig Juan Ramon Jimenez Virginia Woolf Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings George Orwell Pablo Neruda Daphne Du Maurier Lawrence Ferlinghetti Chinua Achebe

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