Latest articles tagged with ‘literary locations’

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City On The Page: Ten Novels Set In Nottingham

Whether it’s the boisterous City Centre or a drug-ridden housing estate, each of these authors use the Queen of the Midlands as a setting for their...

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Literary Locations #5: Wheeler Gate

You have probably walked down this street countless times: but did you know it has both an insurrectionary and literary inspiring past?

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Literary Locations #4: All Hallows Church, Arnold Lane, Gedling.

JRR Tolkien famously based much of Middle Earth on his native West Midlands. But the East Midlands also played a part...

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Literary Locations #3: The Peacock

To celebrate DH Lawrence's 132nd birthday, we visit a place he was rather fond of...

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Literary Locations #2: Nottingham Castle Meets James Bond

John Baird finds another part of Nottingham with unlikely literary connections.

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Literary Locations #1: Byron's House, Nottingham

In the first in a regular series, we find the odd nooks and crannies around Notts that ooze literary history.

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