Literary England; photographs of places made memorable in English literature, by David E. Scherman and Richard Wilcox; a preface by Christopher Morley.

; Wilcox, Richard, 1918-
New York, Random House [1944] .

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Other Authors Wilcox, Richard, 1918-
Subjects Authors, English -- Homes and haunts -- England -- Pictorial works.
England -- In literature -- Pictorial works.
English literature.
Écrivains -- Résidences et lieux familiers -- Grande-Bretagne.
Great Britain.
Literary landmarks -- England -- Pictorial works.
Literary landmarks.
Description [214] pages including 50 plates 29 cm
Copyright Date [1944]
Notes "Photographs by David E. Scherman and descriptive text by Richard Wilcox."
"This book is the development of a picture essay on literary England that appeared in Life magazine of June 14, 1943."
Presented by the Dr. Ari Kiev family to the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection. DGW LOCAL
Contents The sense of place / Christopher Morley -- The castle at Tintagel -- Winchester -- The Blood Spring, Glastonbury -- Dozmary Pool -- The Abbey at Glastonbury -- The Isle of Athelney -- The Malvern Hills -- Canterbury Cathedral -- Berry Pomeroy Castle -- Swans on the Thames -- The English coast -- Lovers in Warwickshire -- Greenway House -- The Itchen River -- A hill at Horton -- St. Clement Danes, in the Strand -- Battle Abbey -- Burrington Gorge -- Stoke Poges Churchyard -- Fleet Street -- The pass at Kirkstone -- Daffodils at Ullswater -- Keats Grove -- An oak in Sherwood Forest -- The Royal Pavilion at Brighton -- Dickens' house -- The assembly rooms at Bath -- A London shop -- Bath -- Naworth Castle -- Clun Castle -- Top Withens -- An English elm -- Wimpole Street -- A brook in Lincolnshire -- Wells Cathedral -- The mill at Tewkesbury -- Doone Valley -- Stonehenge -- Dartmoor -- The Thames near Oxford -- Reading Gaol -- Clunbury Village -- Ludlow Castle -- Hadrian's Wall -- Runnymede -- Plymouth Hoe -- The Spaniards -- Piccadilly Circus -- The Thirty-nine Steps.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)349060
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Scherman, David E. 1916-1997.
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