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There are many places and features around Oxford that crop up in Lewis Carroll’s books.
Jane Austen lived and wrote in Bath for a number of years.
The name Simon Evans isn’t a household one, but the author, poet and broadcaster would have been well known in his day.
The tiny viallge of Great Bolas is unremarkable – apart from one story.
Three decades of total devotion by a single man forever changed the destiny of more than 50 towns in the regions of Aysén and Chiloé.
Justin Walker's The Dictator's Highway eloquently describes why to embark on a journey down the Carretera Austral.
Luisa Ludwig’s book Curanto y Kuchen contains an insightful and charming personal account of the lives of the early settlers and this isolated region.
Alex Robinson introduces two of the medieval world’s greatest philosophers: Averrões and Ali Ibn Arabi.
Ali al Makhzomy is determined to get Baghdad reading again.
Donald Greig and Darren Flint take a visit to the magical surroundings that inspired J M Barrie to write Peter Pan.
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