Book & Travel Pairing – Oxford Classics

  I’ll be honest, this is probably one of the easiest pairings to do. Oxford University was home to so many great British writers, either as students or professors, that it’s not hard to find books that come from this great town. Chances are you’ve already read at least one. And while it’s tempting to find some more obscure ones, the classics are just too good to pass over, so maybe next trip I’ll find some new reads. But this […]

Adventures in England 3 – Oxford

Ah, Oxford, one of my favourite places in the world. Full of literary tidbits and treasures for the bibliophile and general book lover alike. From Bath we took the train, transferring at one point, travelling with my parents and their friends from abroad. Some cabbed from Oxford Station to the inn with the luggage while the rest of us walked, though we took the least scenic route to get there. Even so, it was a nice walk and wasn’t long […]

Book & Travel Pairing – England

As a native English speaker, and one who studied English literature at that, reading books that come from England, are set there, or have been written by an English author is not exactly a stretch. Even without meaning to there are plenty that could be read in an English class, a book club, or just as a random selection. And even if you disregard Shakespeare, Lewis, Carroll, Tolkien, the canonical oldies that nearly everyone has had a picking from (plus […]