"Freud's Couch, Scott's Buttocks, Bronte's Grave" (University of Chicago Press) by Simon Goldhill. Nov. 15

The 19th century was the great age of literary tourism, when besotted readers flocked to the homes of their literary crushes. Stratford-upon-Avon went from a sleepy village to a drama fan's Disneyland; the lonely moors over which Charlotte and Emily Bronte once roved began to lure the...
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