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A guide to Dylan Thomas in Marshfield
A Guide to Dylan Thomas, New Quay and Under Milk Wood
A literary trail exploring the life and work of Dylan Thomas
A guide to Dylan Thomas in London
A Guide to Dylan Thomas in Laugharne
Clouds Hill is the purest expression of the mind of T E Lawrence, this remarkable 'dreamer of the day'
A literary guide to Berlin, exploring Weimar and beyond
T E Lawrence and Clouds Hill: 'Give me the luxuries and I will do without the essentials'
T E Lawrence, the Desert Campaign, and the legend of 'Lawrence of Arabia' which undermined his sense of self
London Tours and Literary Trails: A guide to Mozart in London, including private and group tours
Tracing the remarkable story of Mabel Dodge Luhan and D H Lawrence in Taos, New Mexico
Peter Street takes us through the desert and beyond in search of D H Lawrence in New Mexico
On the trail of D H Lawrence in New Mexico
The raw power of the landscape pulses through the D H Lawrence's writing at the Kiowa Ranch
Byron On Swimming The Hellespont - poem
A Guide to key Bloomsbury Group Locations
A literary travel guide to Ancient Greece and the Classical World
A guide to literary festivals in the UK, with link details
About George Herbert and his time as rector of St Andrews, Bemerton
Virginia Woolf in Fitzroy Square explores crucial years in the writer's life when she began to find her voice
The adventures of Henry Fielding at Lyme Regis, Dorset, for the purpose of carrying off an heiress
Exploring the life and work of Virginia Woolf and members of the Bloomsbury Group
Walking in the footsteps of Mrs Dalloway, explore London and Virginia Woolf's great novel of the city
Evocative literary walks and walking weekends exploring landscapes and writers
A weekend walking trail exploring the life and work of John Clare
A literary guide to Yorkshire, including the Bronte sisters, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath, and many other writers
London Literary Trails: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and 18th century London
A literary trial exploring the key locations connected with Virginia Woolf and members of the Bloomsbury Group
Walks in and around Lyme Regis exploring the stunning Dorset landscape and coastline associated with The French Lieutenant s Woman and Persuasion
A tour through literary Wessex and the south west of England, starting and finishing in London.