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Literary Landmarks: Edith Wharton’s “The Mount”

American novelist and designer Edith Wharton made a name for herself in the literary world by combining her firsthand understanding of the American aristocracy...

Literary Landmarks: The Real-Life Locations of The Great Gatsby

Image Source: By Unknown - Spur Magazine, 1920, Public Domain, Link The life of author F. Scott Fitzgerald was at times prosperous, at times tragic,...

Literary Landmarks: An Interactive Map to the Homes of Your Childhood Heroes

Open-source software can help to link the technology-inclined from around the world, and is used to develop diverse platforms such as WordPress, 3D printing...

Literary Landmarks: Visit These 6 Authors’ Homes to Walk in Their Shoes

A year ago, we took you on an online tour of the childhood homes of seven of our favourite authors. And though it was really...

Literary Landmarks: Halloween Edition

Things are getting spooky today at the Endpaper Blog as we take you on a tour of the final resting places of our favourite...

Literary Landmarks: Walden Pond

August 9th was the 160th anniversary of the publication of Henry David Thoreau's Walden, the celebrated transcendentalist's ode to living in the natural world....
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Literary Landmarks: The Sherlock Holmes Museum

Tomorrow is International Museum Day, so what better place to visit on our Literary Landmarks tour than a museum dedicated to one of the...

Literary Landmarks: James Joyce’s Dublin

In Literary Landmarks, we feature significant locations from the world of literature. From popular cafe hangouts of the intellectual elite to childhood homes turned...

Literary Landmarks: Tolstoy’s Yasnaya Polyana

The 2014 Winter Olympics aren't the only exciting event happening in Russia right now. Yasnaya Polyana, the State Memorial and Cultural Preserve "Museum-Estate of...

Literary Landmarks: Robbie Burns Suppers (a guide to hosting)

This Saturday is Robbie Burns Day, an increasingly universal celebration of all things Scottish. Named for the famous 18th-century poet and lyricist, Scotland's "favourite...

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