Somewhere between art deco & the modernist movement, there was Isokon, a web of intrigue in literary London.
A walk through literary London must include a stop at Carlyle House, the home of the most influential British author you’ve probably never heard of, or have you? Scottish born author Thomas Carlyle was the leading literary lion of his day, friends with the likes […]
Even before I studied at the University of London, I was romanced by the Victorian era and early 2oth century London, its literature, its genteelness and even its bawdy side. So, when I found myself lucky enough to live near Gordon Square, birthplace of the […]
Some of literary London’s best treasures are off the beaten path, as in the case of the Church of Christ the King in Gordon Square.