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'This week marks an important milestone for anyone who swoons at the very mention of Mr. Darcy. Pride and Prejudice is turning 200, and to celebrate its bicentennial, cartoonist Jen Sorensen drew up an illustrated version of the classic' - via npr books - January 2013. [Literary England - Jane Austen]

'This week marks an important milestone for anyone who swoons at the very mention of Mr. Darcy. Pride and Prejudice is turning 200, and to celebrate its bicentennial, cartoonist Jen Sorensen drew up an illustrated version of the classic' - via npr books - January 2013. [Literary England - Jane Austen]

Map of Literary Britain and Northern Ireland    Description: Literary Britain as you've never seen it before! This original hand-lettered poster features 188 writers and is exclusive to The Literary Gift Company.

Map of Literary Britain and Northern Ireland Description: Literary Britain as you've never seen it before! This original hand-lettered poster features 188 writers and is exclusive to The Literary Gift Company.

Constantine Bay, Cornwall. Do you fantasize about living in Cornwall, by the sea? We can help make your dreams come true! http://minervacompany.uk/  #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

Constantine Bay, Cornwall. Do you fantasize about living in Cornwall, by the sea? We can help make your dreams come true! http://minervacompany.uk/ #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

Mermaid Street, Rye, East Sussex, England. Rye is a literary town: Lamb House was home to Henry James, E. F. Benson (who immortalized the house as Miss Mapp's home and called Rye "Tilling"), and Rumer Godden (who called Rye "Brede")

Mermaid Street, Rye, East Sussex, England. Rye is a literary town: Lamb House was home to Henry James, E. F. Benson (who immortalized the house as Miss Mapp's home and called Rye "Tilling"), and Rumer Godden (who called Rye "Brede")

@jamaicainn1 Jamaica Inn in Cornwall. Famous for it's connections with Daphne du Maurier's novel. Friendly atmosphere.

@jamaicainn1 Jamaica Inn in Cornwall. Famous for it's connections with Daphne du Maurier's novel. Friendly atmosphere.

Authors Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte lived at the Parsonage in Haworth, West Yorkshire. It is now the Bronte Parsonage Museum. http://www.aboutbritain.com/BronteParsonageMuseum.htm

Authors Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte lived at the Parsonage in Haworth, West Yorkshire. It is now the Bronte Parsonage Museum. http://www.aboutbritain.com/BronteParsonageMuseum.htm

Author Daphne Du Maurier's former home,  Ferryside, Bodinnick, Cornwall, England

Author Daphne Du Maurier's former home, Ferryside, Bodinnick, Cornwall, England

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