Fiction    From 1848 

Vanity Fair

Categories: Literature

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Vanity Fair

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Chiswick Square

The houses each side were built about 1680. Boston House built in 1740, on th...

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Eric Newton

Eric Newton

Artist, writer, broadcaster and art critic. He produced several books in addition to his newspaper and radio work. His radio broadcasts made him well known to the British public in the 1930s. Art c...

Person, Art, Literature

2 memorials
Jane Austen

Jane Austen

Jane Austen, novelist of 6 major novels including Pride and Prejudice. Born: Steventon, Hampshire. Died: Winchester, Hampshire. For all Austen-related London locations see Londonist. A statue was u...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous

3 memorials
Elizabeth Bowen

Elizabeth Bowen

Writer. Born Elizabeth Dorothea Cole at 15 Herbert Place, Dublin. Educated in England, she published her first collection of stories, 'Encounters' in 1923. Her best known novels include 'The Death ...

Person, Literature, Ireland

1 memorial
Charlotte Riddell

Charlotte Riddell

Born as Charlotte Eliza Lawson Cowan in Ireland.  Moved to London in 1855.  Married Joseph Hadley Riddell, a hot water engineer in 1857. They lived in St John's Lodge 1868 - 1873.  Published her fi...

Person, Literature, Ireland

1 memorial
White Hart Inn

White Hart Inn

Established in the medieval period and referenced by Shakespeare in 'Henry VI' and by Dickens in 'Pickwick Papers'.  Not to be confused with the nearby White Hart at 22 Great Suffolk Street.

Building, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Literature

1 memorial