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Literary Places
Literary Places | Sarah Baxter
3 posts | 2 read | 13 to read
Bringing together comprehensively researched text and stunning hand-drawn illustrations especially crafted for this book, The Inspired Traveller’s Guide: Literary Places will take readers on an enlightening journey through the key locations of literature’s best and brightest authors, movements and moments. Travel journalist Sarah Baxter has personally selected from around the globe the most interesting literary locations, with vibrant urban centres, tranquil creative sanctuaries and places that inspired classic stories. The enlightening text will give a robust, comprehensive but emotional outline of the location’s history and culture, combined with biographies of the relevant authors or works that make the place significant.
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Jari-chan
Literary Places | Sarah Baxter
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I liked the idea and lookings of the book and it was fun to walk and discover all those real streets and buildings you meet in your favourite books.

But since there already are so many similar works this one could've been a bit more diverse and less eurocentric.

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Callsie
Literary Places | Sarah Baxter
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Mehso-so

This was ok... got it to review from #netgalley. Wish the titles were more modern and that the countries had been more diverse. Also read it on my non-colour kobo so I missed out on the full effect. Can you name this city ⬆️?

scowler1 The Royal Crescent, Bath ? 5mo
Callsie Ding ding ding 🎉 5mo
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Mitch
Literary Places | Sarah Baxter
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Oohhh - this looks interesting ...

DivineDiana It does! Stacked! 5mo
Nute I like it! I want it!! 5mo
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