Citations with the tag: LITERARY landmarks
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- Dead poets' society.
Milne, Kirsty // New Statesman & Society; 8/27/93, Vol. 6 Issue 267, p30
Presents interviews with the National Trust administrators of the residences of deceased literary figures in England. William Wordsworth's house in Cockermouth; Coping up with visitors; Problem with people taking things; George Bernard Shaw's house in the village of Ayot St. Lawrence; Passion...
- East Sussex.
Milne, Kirsty // In Britain; Jul97, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p40
Features historical houses in East Sussex in England where most of the English literary elites lived and wrote some of their reknowned works. Rudyard Kipling's works written in Bateman near Burwash; AA Milne's writing of `Winnie the Pooh,' in Ashdown Forest in the Weald; Sir Arthur Conan...
- Liberty County Local Flavor.
Southerland, Randy // Georgia Trend; Jul2010, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p76
The article discusses several hidden national landmarks including Dorchester Academy, Midway Museum, and Disney World in the Liberty county, Georgia.
- A NOTE ON BITTER LEMONS HOUSE.
Henn, Francis // Contemporary Review; Summer2007, Vol. 289 Issue 1685, p187
A personal narrative is presented which describes the author's stay at Bitter Lemons, the former home of writer Lawrence Durrell, in Cyprus.
- Literary landmarks.
Donavin, Denise Perry // Book Links; Jul95, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p26
Presents a list of children's books that use literary landmarks. Includes `Hans Andersen: His Classic Fairy Tales,' by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Eric Haugaard; `Caddie Woodlawn,' by Carol Ryrie Brink; `Ramona the Pest,' by Beverly Cleary. INSET: English literary landmarks..
Eberhardt, Karen // British Heritage; Dec99/Jan2000, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p47
Describes a tour of literary shrines in Cornwall, England. County's intimate association with the sea; Hometown of poet Charles Causley; Setting for one of Daphne du Maurier's novels; Seaside resort famous for windsurfing and artists. INSET: When visiting.
- Literary Sites.
Eberhardt, Karen // British Heritage; Sep2010, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p14
The article lists and briefly describes literary sites in Great Britain such as the house of author Jane Austen in Chawton, England, the boathouse belonging to poet Dylan Thomas in Laugharne, Wales, and the museum for author Charles Dickens in London, England.
- TOP 3 Literary Hikes.
Felton, Robert Todd // Backpacker; Dec2007, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p32
The article discusses three hiking areas that were made popular by literature including Fox River, Michigan from Ernest Hemingway's "The Big Two-Hearted River," Matterhorn Peak in California from Jack Kerouac's "The Dharma Bums," and Mount Greylock in Massachusetts from the writings of Henry...
- INTRODUCTION TO PART II.
Felton, Robert Todd // Love, Poetry & Immortality. Luminous Insights of the World's Gre; 1998, Vol. 63, p69
An introduction to the part II of the book "Love, Poetry and Immortality" is presented in which the author describes his poem as a literary landmark through which he shall be always remembered and also mentions the names of poets who too predicted the evergreen life of their poems.
- CONCLUSION OF PART II.
Felton, Robert Todd // Love, Poetry & Immortality. Luminous Insights of the World's Gre; 1998, Vol. 63, p103
In this article the author discusses about his poems and says that he and his lady love will be remembered through his poems as his poems are like monument which will last longer than any other materialistic structures.
- outposts Literary Landmarks & Events.
Brown, Sara // World Literature Today; Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p80
The article provides information on the nature of the famous street Nevsky Prospekt in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It states that the street features museums, shops, restaurants, and cathedrals. Moreover, it stresses that the street is known as a place in the literature of several Russian authors...
- Tumour angiogenesis is reduced in the Tc1 mouse model of Down�s syndrome.
Reynolds, Louise E.; Watson, Alan R.; Baker, Marianne; Jones, Tania A.; D�Amico, Gabriela; Robinson, Stephen D.; Joffre, Carine; Garrido-Urbani, Sarah; Rodriguez-Manzaneque, Juan Carlos; Martino-Echarri, Estefan�a; Aurrand-Lions, Michel; Sheer, Denise; Dagna-Bricarelli, Franca; Nizetic, Dean; McCabe, Christopher J.; Turnell, Andrew S.; Kermorgant, Stephanie; Imhof, Beat A.; Adams, Ralf H.; Fisher, Elizabeth M. C. // Nature; 7/15/2010, Vol. 466 Issue 7304, p398
A correction to the affiliation address of one of the authors in the article "Tumour angiogenesis is reduced in the Tc1 mouse model of Down's syndrome" that was published in the 2010 issue is presented.
- Eudora Welty Library, Jackson MS.
Reynolds, Louise E.; Watson, Alan R.; Baker, Marianne; Jones, Tania A.; D�Amico, Gabriela; Robinson, Stephen D.; Joffre, Carine; Garrido-Urbani, Sarah; Rodriguez-Manzaneque, Juan Carlos; Martino-Echarri, Estefan�a; Aurrand-Lions, Michel; Sheer, Denise; Dagna-Bricarelli, Franca; Nizetic, Dean; McCabe, Christopher J.; Turnell, Andrew S.; Kermorgant, Stephanie; Imhof, Beat A.; Adams, Ralf H.; Fisher, Elizabeth M. C. // Southeastern Librarian; Summer2009, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p9
The article announces the re-opening of the Eudora Welty Library in Jackson, Mississippi on June 22, 2009, less than a year after a fire broke out to cause the indefinite closure of the library. As part of the Eudora Welty Centennial Celebration, the said library was classified on the Friends of...
- Cleveland After Hours Tourin' the Town That Rocks.
Reynolds, Louise E.; Watson, Alan R.; Baker, Marianne; Jones, Tania A.; D�Amico, Gabriela; Robinson, Stephen D.; Joffre, Carine; Garrido-Urbani, Sarah; Rodriguez-Manzaneque, Juan Carlos; Martino-Echarri, Estefan�a; Aurrand-Lions, Michel; Sheer, Denise; Dagna-Bricarelli, Franca; Nizetic, Dean; McCabe, Christopher J.; Turnell, Andrew S.; Kermorgant, Stephanie; Imhof, Beat A.; Adams, Ralf H.; Fisher, Elizabeth M. C. // Gases & Welding Distributor; Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p62
Features popular landmarks in Cleveland, Ohio. Collection of art representing cultures and periods displayed at the Cleveland Museum of Art; Popularity of the Playhouse Square Center as the second largest arts center in the country; Demonstrations and hands-on exhibit on science phenomena at...
- Literary Landmarks (Book).
Caprio, Anthony S. // LJ: Library Journal; 4/1/1976, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p901
Reviews the book 'Literary Landmarks: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Literature,' by Francis Fergusson.
- Poetic setting.
Morrissey, Laurie D. // Historic Traveler; Summer98, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p20
Offers information on the Frost Place, the historic house of poet Robert Frost, in Franconia, New Hampshire. Frost's source of inspiration; Number of visitors attracted by the place annually; Its features.
- Writer's retreat.
Schultz, Christine; Klineff, Kindra // Yankee; Nov93, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p70
Features Greensboro, Vermont as writer's retreat. Restful scenery; Gathering of writers and readers; Names of authors who spend their time writing in Greensboro; Novels and other writings set in fictionalized versions of Greensboro.
- Writers' Homes.
Sorgen, Caroline // Good Housekeeping; Oct99, Vol. 229 Issue 4, pBIH14
Presents information on the homes of famous authors. Description of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Florida; Description of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum in Mansfield, Missouri; Information on the Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut.
- A City Lined with Literature.
Weiss, Melissa // World Literature Today; Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p80
The article introduces several of the literary landmarks in the city of Porto, Portugal. The Livraria Lello e Irmã, designed by Xavier Estéves, houses a selection of books in Portugues, English and French. Other attractions in the city include Book Restaurante and Casa do Conto or the House of...
- Literary Cartography.
Gastwirt, Leslie J. // Library Journal; 4/15/1988, Vol. 113 Issue 7, p64
Features a collection of literary maps by Aaron Blake Publishers. Features; Subscription information.
- My perfect Italy.
Gastwirt, Leslie J. // Australian Gourmet Traveller; Jan2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p156
The author reflects on her visit to the town of Bergamo, Italy. She recounts opening her room's balcony door to a view of Bergamo's ancient walls and piazzas. Bergamo is home to priceless art collection by Renaissance painters including Raphael, Botticelli, and Bellini. Various landmarks in...
- Willing to live life to the full.
Gastwirt, Leslie J. // Accountancy; Nov97, Vol. 120 Issue 1251, p16
Focuses on the opportunities provided by an accounting degree to Catherine Payling's job as director of the Keats-Shelley Memorial House in Rome, Italy. Ability to plan her own projects and budget; First exhibition mounted by Payling at the house.
- LETTER FROM THE EDITOR.
Jensen, Oliver // American Heritage; Aug1972, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p2
The article reflects on radical change relative to historic buildings in the United States. According to U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, it is easy to tear down old buildings but it is expensive to build one. Due to this, a list of recommendations for the preservation of old...
- Brothel tour proves to be a tourist goldmine.
Richardson, Dave // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 10/28/2005, Issue 2689, p74
Features the town of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. Landmarks; Information on the accommodations of Exchange Hotel; Physical attractions and touring opportunities.
- MAY GIBBS' MAGIC GARDEN.
French, Jackie // Australian Women's Weekly; Mar2007, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p210
The article describes the garden at Nutcote, on the edge of Sydney Harbour at Neutral Bay, which was the home of renowned children's author May Gibbs. Information on Gibbs's education and career is presented, citing details of her books such as the "Tales of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie." May lived...
- Secret Stratford: Shakespeare's Hometown in Recent Young Adult Fiction.
Greenhalgh, Susanne // Critical Survey; Summer2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p22
In a number of recent novels for the young, Stratford serves as location for at least part of the action, its landmarks invested with both narrative and thematic significance. These versions appear influenced by aspects of contemporary scholarship, particularly new data about visits from theatre...
- GOV. QUINN SIGNS LANDMARK BILL.
Greenhalgh, Susanne // Chicago Citizen - South Suburban Edition; 2/13/2013, Vol. 32 Issue 15, p10
The article presents information on landmark law which was signed by Illinois Governor Pat Quinn to strengthen Illinois communities by investing 120 million dollars to help the families and fast tracking the foreclosure along with the photographs of Darlene Hill Fox 32 News Reporters.
- AMERICAN SCENE KEY WEST.
Austin, Tom // Travel & Leisure; Dec2009, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p76
The article features the town of Key West in Florida. It states that despite the vulgar manner that has been adopted in town, the community has always valued its local literary artists such as Ralph Ellison, Elizabeth Bishop, and Ann Beatie. It cites the Key West Literary Seminar which will be...
- Headless in Copenhagen.
Austin, Tom // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 01/19/98, Issue 3, p10
Looks at the story of the favorite landmark in Copenhagen, Denmark, `The Little Mermaid,' having her head sawed off for the second time in thirty-four years. The vandalism and attacks that the mermaid has undergone on other occasions; The head returned by a man wearing a black hood.
- SCOTT SPENCER TURNS UP THE HEAT.
Ermelino, Louisa // Publishers Weekly; 7/26/2010, Vol. 257 Issue 29, p41
The article profiles author Scott Spencer in the U.S. It states that Spencer has been on the literary field since 1979 and his career has been covered with the glamour of experience. It notes that the themes of Spencer's books range from devastating relationships to a comic novel, and he...
- A sense of place.
Galt, George // Books in Canada; Jan/Feb85, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p12
Reviews the book 'Canadian Literary Landmarks,' by John Robert Colombo.
- Why Kendal? John Thelwall, Laker Poet?
Thompson, Judith // Wordsworth Circle; Winter2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p16
This article presents the Laker poet John Thelwall settlement at Kendal, England in 1805. The author cites the reasons Thelwall had chosen Kendal as a place for his literary works, which was viewed by his previous colleagues as a contradicting place for poet romanticism. Moreover, it states that...
- Coming to America.
Steyn, Mark // American Spectator; Dec97, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p54
Discusses the possible scenario of the relocation of Martin Amis to America. Chance of living in America; Comments on the prospect of Amis in living in America.
- An immoveable feast.
Slough, Andrew // Ski; Nov94, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p180
States that Ernest Hemingway had many reasons to celebrate the the day he he caught the electric spur line to the Schruns in the Montafon Valley. How he had just signed a contract with the Scribners in New York; How photos of that era showed Hemingway; His experience in the small Austrian...
- Remembering Leo Tolstoy.
Rendon, Joni // Writer; Nov2010, Vol. 123 Issue 11, p10
This article offers information on the house and home of Russian author Leo Tolstoy.
- `You give me supper. I give you strawberries.'
Hewitt, Peter M. // Yankee; Mar96, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p52
Presents the author's recollections concerning poet Robert Frost who was his neighbor in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Description of Frost's house; Features of the friendship that developed between Frost and the author's father; Description of Frost's personality by the author's father.
- R.L.S. in Perthshire.
MacLeod, Dawn // Contemporary Review; Nov94, Vol. 265 Issue 1546, p267
Focuses on the literature of Scotland's essayist and fiction writer Robert Louis Stevenson. Relocation of Stevenson to Perthshire, Scotland; Description of Perthshire; Views of Stevenson on the features of Perthshire; Reviews of the literary works written by Stevenson while in Perthshire.
- My bit of Britain.
Adams, Richard // In Britain; Jan94, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p53
Describes the country life around Whitchurch, Hampshire, England. Landscape of the south country; Author's passion for fishing; His novel `Watership Down.'
- Murder on the English Riviera.
Soward, Anne // In Britain; Feb96, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p50
Focuses on the significance of Torquay, England as settings for the novels of Agatha Christie. Similarity between Torquay and the Belgian characters and settings in Christie's books; References to the town's Kents Caverns in the novel; Establishments honoring the memory of Christie.
- Historic houses: Hemingway in Idaho.
Hemingway, J.; MacMasters, R. // Architectural Digest; Apr88, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p142
Ernest Hemingway's Ketchum, Idaho house was built in the late 1940s as a replica of the nearby Sun Valley Lodge. It has magnificent views of the highest peaks of the Boulder and Pioneer ranges.
- The poet's boat house in Wales.
Weber, Nicholas Fox // Architectural Digest; Dec93, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p70
Features poet Dylan Thomas' Boat House in Laugharne, Wales. Poetry written on the boat; Biography of Thomas; Marriage to Caitlin Macnamara; Architecture.
- I left my spleen in New York City.
Chin, Mei // New York; 11/03/97, Vol. 30 Issue 42, p14
Looks at author Martin Amis' fall 1997 announcement that he is to move from London, England to New York, New York. Excerpts from past books in which he criticizes New York City, such as from `Money' and `The Moronic Inferno.'
- Huck Finn wouldn't have come near it.
Marlatt, Andrew // Yankee; Oct92, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p34
Describes the Hartford, Connecticut home of author Mark Twain. Classics written in house; Plush interior decorations; Twain's life; Famous neighbors; Exterior appearance of home; Entertaining guests; Twain's feelings about house; Twain's behavior in home; Twain's love of technology; How to get...
- The young man and the sea.
Kageleiry, Jamie // Yankee; Sep93, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p90
Profiles author Ernest Hemingway. Mother Grace Hemingway's vacations with her son in Nantucket, Massachusetts; Fictional account of an adventure at sea `My First Sea Vouge'.
- From Distribution to Dialogue: Remarks on the Concept of Balance in Copyright Law.
Drassinower, Abraham // Journal of Corporation Law; Summer2009, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p991
The article focuses on the concept of balance in copyright law in Canada. The author argues that the concept of balance cannot support the weight it is asked to have in copyright jurisprudence. It discusses the landmark rejections of the sweat of the brow standard of originality in favor of a...
- Ask FACES!
Drassinower, Abraham // Faces (07491387); May/Jun2010, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p40
The article presents questions and answers including countries that have kings or queens, the location of the hottest place on Earth, and the U.S. landmark which has the most visitors each year.
- At home with Keats.
Kenyon, Karen // British Heritage; Dec96/Jan97, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p41
Presents the author's visit to the home of John Keats, the English poet. Background information on Keats; Description of his home; Citing of some of the works published by Keats. INSET: When visiting..
- The British Heritage PUZZLER.
Kenyon, Karen // British Heritage; Mar2011, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p64
The article presents the answer to a trivia question about English author D. H. Lawrence and his childhood home in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, England.
- MCMURTRY COUNTRY.
Atlas, James // Architectural Digest; Oct2000, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p234
Features the residence of author Larry McMurtry in Archer City, Texas. Description of the city and its landscape; Description of its terrace; Architecture and interior decoration of the house.
- Connecticut Yankee.
Scheller, William G. // National Geographic Traveler; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p116
Features the mansion of writer Samuel Clemens, also known as Mark Twain, in Hartford, Connecticut. Architecture; Interior design; Rooms and other features.