10 Literary Cities We Wish Were Real…

The Shire? The Emerald City? Narnia (although more of a place than a city, non?)

Not strictly of the nineteenth century but a curious distraction:
http://www.accreditedonlinecolleges.com/blog/2011/10-literary-cities-we-wish-were-real

Which does prompt questions about which nineteenth-century rendered city I’d like to find myself in (Dickensian Southwark? Mary Lamb’s London? Balzac’s Paris….? Pushkin’s Moscow?…)

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One response to “10 Literary Cities We Wish Were Real…

  1. Not a city of course, and not quite written in the C19th (though set there), but I think I might go for L.M. Montgomery’s Avonlea. I’d probably last about a week before the local holier-than-thous saw me off, but it would be worth it for the wildflowers.

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