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London Fragments: A Literary Expedition
On ten strolls through some of the most interesting areas of London Rudiger Gorner explores the literary landscape of the capital. He meets Shakespeare, Heine and Hogarth south of the river, finds Virginia Woolf and Lady Ottoline Morell in Bloomsbury, discovers Blake and Trollope in Westminster, happens on the Carlyles in Chelsea, comes across John Keats in beautiful Hampstead and searches for Bacon and Hanif Kureishi in the London suburbs. Following this literary rambler means discovering familiar places and their history anew, by seeing them through the eyes of those who walked the streets before him.

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