A literary tour guide of Paris and its role as a popular setting in literature. Famed for its cafe culture, Paris has long been regarded as a city of love, light, and literature. Visitors to this dynamic city can choose from any number of cafes, museums, and cathedrals to get a feel for the city's rich literary history. "Bloom's Literary Guide to Paris" provides everything a literature lover needs to know t...
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Few cities can rival the historical importance of Rome, and its literary past is no less inspiring. Rome is often associated with the writers that have visited and been inspired by the Eternal City. Literary travelers to Rome will be sure to visit the Coliseum, the Spanish Steps, the Keats-Shelley Memorial House, the Protestant Cemetery, and many other treasures. "Bloom's Literary Guide to Rome" provides ev...
This work takes a fascinating look at London's place in literary history. When it comes to literary history, few cities are as rich and storied as London. Whether visiting the famed Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, or the notorious Newgate Prison, literary travelers have plenty to see and do in this vibrant city. "Bloom's Literary Guide to London" provid...