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Location And The Writer, part 25

A Brighton scene

In ‘Location And The Writer’, Amanda Mitchison visits Coleridge’s cottage and Julia Crouch promenades on Brighton Beach. Amanda Mitchison visits Coleridge’s cottage in Nether Stowey, the place where he wrote some of his greatest poems. Julia Crouch takes a promenade on Brighton Beach, the inspiration for her first novel and for other famous neighbours.

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