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Dickens

London into Kent

In the first half of this book Peter Clark illuminates the settings of Dickens’s London scenes as they feature in his writing. The second half of this book takes the reader to the places Dickens knew and imaginatively wove into the tapestry of his stories: Chatham and Rochester, Canterbury and Dover.

260 pages | 5 x 8 | © 2013

Biography and Letters

Travel and Tourism: Tourism and History


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Table of Contents

Introduction
 
London: Walk One
From Trafalgar Square to Lincoln’s Inn Fields
 
London: Walk Two
From Lincoln’s Inn Fields to the Mansion House
 
London: Walk Three
From Holborn Circus to Soho Square
 
London: Walk Four
From Bermondsey to Holborn Circus
 
London: Walk Five
From the Bank of England to Trafalgar Square via Southwark and Westminster
 
London: The First Suburbs
1. Camden Town
2. Chelsea
3. Greenwich
4. Hampstead
5. Highgate
6. Limehouse
 
London Into Kent
 
Kent: Gad’s Hill
 
Kent: The Medway Towns
Rochester and Strood
Chatham
 
Kent: Around the Medway Towns
The Marshes
Cobham
South of Rochester
Towards Canterbury
 
Kent: East Kent
Broadstairs
Margate
Deal
Dover
Folkestone
Canterbury
 
Kent: Staplehurst
 
Afterword
Bibliography
Acknowledgements
Index

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