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The City by the Book: The surprising literary history of the Square Mille

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The City by the Book: The surprising literary history of the Square Mille

Time: May 31, 2018 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Location: Barbican Library, Barbican Centre
Street: Silk Street
City/Town: London, EC2Y 8DS
Website or Map: https://www.cityoflondon.gov.…
Phone: 0207 638 0569
Event Type: talk
Organized By: Helen Ford
Latest Activity: May 22

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Charlotte Bronte loved it, Alexander Pope hated it. Known mainly as a place for money making and trade, the narrow alleyways of the City also gave birth to writers and poets. It either charmed or repelled its visitors and has featured in and inspired books and poetry over the centuries. The City is awash with literary landmarkds that will delight and surprise you. Join City Guide and lecturer Jill Finch for a fascinating talk on the City of London's literary influence, part of London History Day celebrations.

Free but please book online:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-city-by-the-book-the-surprising-literary-history-of-the-square-mile-tickets-45231575861

or via Barbican Library:

020 7638 0569

barbicanlib@cityoflondon.gov.uk

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