Novelist and playwright. Born Kingston Hill, Surrey. Nobel Prize for literature, 1932. The Forsyte Saga is his best known work. Died Grove Lodge, Hampstead.
Person | Male Born 14/8/1867 Died 31/1/1933
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Mont Blanc restaurant
City of Westminster Site of the Mont Blanc Restaurant where leading writers,...
Rules Restaurant 2
Rules®. London's oldest restaurant. In the year Napoleon opened his campaign ...
Novelist, author of more than fifty books included We the Accused.
Poet and administrator. Whilst living in the Aldgate, as the ‘Comptroller of the Customs and Subside of Wools, Skins and Tanned Hides’ that Chaucer published ‘A Monks Tale’ and worked on ‘Canterbur...
The Doves Press in Hammersmith was founded in 1900 by Thomas Cobden-Sanderson in partnership with Emery Walker and was named after the nearby pub. Sanderson had already set up The Doves Bindery in...
Playwright, novelist and critic. Born Bromley, Kent, son of the engineer Sir Charles Langbridge Morgan. Died at the house with the plaque.
Sir Leslie Stephen
Scholar, writer and mountaineer. Born in Kensington Gore, (now 42 Hyde Park Gate). Father of Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf. He became an Anglican clergyman but later renounced his religious belie...