• Bloomsbury Writers and Literary Lovers
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    Jenni Bowley writes about why she finds the Bloomsbury Group so interesting: The Bloomsbury Group are often referred to as an artistic and intellectual circle who lived in squares and loved in triangles.  In the early 20th Century, Bloomsbury was a relatively unfashionable district that has become known for this group of writers, artists, intellectuals…

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  • Pamela (or Virtue Rewarded)
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    Another look at books that have inspired Literary Footprints. This time Jill talks about Pamela (or Virtue Rewarded) by Samuel Richardson     Another famous literary resident Fleet Street was Samuel Richardson an author who also had a printing establishment here where Oliver Goldsmith (Vicar of Wakefield & She Stoops to Conquer) read proofs.  Richardson’s…

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