Virtual Talk: Literary England - Susannah's Top Ten Places to Visit
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I first went to England in 1980, with a long list of places I just had to see. All the places had literary associations – I had to see the homes of favourite novelists and poets, walk the paths they had trodden, pay my respects at their graves, and see with my own eyes the landscapes that had filled my imagination since I had learned to read.
I worked my way through that list, but forty years later I still have a list of yet more places I must one day visit. England is so rich in literary connections that it would be hard to find a village or city that does not have some fascinating association with an author.