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Author Bennett, Jackie, author.

Title The writer's garden : how gardens inspired our best-loved authors / Jackie Bennett ; photography by Richard Hanson.

Published London : Frances Lincoln, 2014.
©2014

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Burnley  712.60942 BENN    AVAILABLE
Edition First Frances Lincoln edition.
Physical description 176 pages : color illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Jane Austen at Godmersham and Chawton -- Rupert Brooke at Grantchester -- John Ruskin at Brantwood -- Agatha Christie at Greenway -- Beatrix Potter at Hill Top -- Roald Dahl at Gipsy House -- Charles Dickens at Gad's Hill Place -- Virginia Woolf at Monk's House -- Winston Churchill at Chartwell -- Laurence Sterne at Shandy Hall -- George Bernard Shaw at Shaw's Corner -- Ted Hughes at Lumb Bank -- Henry James followed by E.F. Benson at Lamb House -- John Clare at Helpston -- Thomas Hardy at Hardy's cottage and Max Gate -- Robert Burns at Ellisland -- William Wordsworth at Cockermouth and Grasmere -- Walter Scott at Abbotsford -- Rudyard Kipling at Bateman's.
Summary "Writer's Garden goes inside the lives of 20 influential authors to discover the roles that gardens played. From Sir Walter Scott's fairytale Scottish castle to Rupert Brooke's riverside retreat in Cambridge; from Virginia Woolf's rural Sussex idyll to Beatrix Potter's windswept hill-top farm in the Lake District, each garden provides new insights into the writer's work, life, solace and inspiration."--Back cover.
Subject Literary landmarks -- England.
Gardens -- England.
Gardens in literature.
Flowers in literature.
ISBN 9780711234949