Award-winning BBC drama producer Adrian Mourby follows his literary heroes around the world, exploring 50 places where great works of literature first saw the light of day. At each destination – from the Brontës’ Yorkshire Moors to the New York of Truman Capote, Christopher Isherwood’s Berlin to the now-legendary Edinburgh café where J.K. Rowling plotted Harry Potter’s first adventures – Mourby explains what the writer was doing there and describes what the visitor can find today of that great moment in literature.
Rooms of One’s Own takes you on a literary journey from the British Isles to Paris, Berlin, New Orleans, New York and Bangkok and unearths the real-life places behind our best-loved works of literature.
|Title||Rooms of One's Own: 50 Places That Made Literary History by Adrian Mourby-Paperback||Height||196 mm|
|Author||Adrian Mourby||Width||125 mm|
|ISBN-10||1785783388||Spine Width||16 mm|
|Publisher||Icon Books Ltd.||Pages||254|
|Edition||Availability||Out Of Stock|