Scriveners' Holiday

Lambert, Emily
May 2008
Forbes Asia;5/19/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p75
The article presents information about literary tours. Deborah Lindsay, wife of an Atlanta restaurateur, took a trip to Paris, France with assigned reading given her by Classical Pursuits, a Toronto literary tour company. The guide took her and 13 fellow travelers to cafes once frequented by writers like Hemingway. In July 2008 Jane Austen devotees will visit such sites as the Vyne, a 16th-century English estate where Austen attended balls.


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