Latest articles tagged with ‘Lord Byron’

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Nottingham Transport, the literary lines

Today we take a look at the literary giants who have had Nottingham transport named after them.

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Literary Locations #14: Long Row

Long Row, one of Nottingham’s oldest streets, is rich in literary history from the ‘grandfather’ of evolution, Lord Byron’s coffin, Miller the poet,...

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Ada Lovelace: King, Countess, Genius.

To mark Ada Lovelace Day (9th October) we asked playwright Emily Holyoake to tell us why Lovelace was definitely a women Notts can be proud of:

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20th Century Notts: 1936-1938

Graham Greene's time in Nottingham bears fruit. Meanwhile, people in Hucknall clap eyes on Byron's remains.

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20th Century Notts: 1924-1926

With Lawrence away we reach the mid-1920s, just as Graham Greene and Dorothy Whipple come to town.

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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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