Sidmouth's Literary Connections
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By Nigel Hyman
Jane Austen had a romantic attachment; Elizabeth Barrett was lulled to sleep by the noise of the sea; JRR Tolkien found the inspiration to continue writing Lord of the Rings; Rupert Brooke wrote a poem for his new young love; Beatrix Potter wrote about a pig; John Betjeman wrote a poem Still Sidmouth; RF Delderfield spent his later years here; Stephen Fry wrote about the town whilst filming Jeeves and Wooster;
and there are others…
Published 2016. 48pp A5 softback.
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