Literary London #1

A tribute to Wilkie Collins, author of The Woman in White, The Moonstone and many other brilliant works can be found at 96 New Cavendish Street, where the famous novelist was born. The plaque was unveiled in 2014 by Westminster City Council, 125 years after Collins’s death.

I stumbled across this one whilst heading to Daunt Books on Marylebone High Street; very fitting!

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2 thoughts on “Literary London #1

    • I really enjoyed the Moonstone as well and want to read The Woman in White when I can find time! The name perhaps? Has a vaguely Scottish ring I guess 😂. More embarrassing, I always thought he was a woman until our seminar on The Moonstone 🙈

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