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Landmarks in Warwick

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Coten End, Warwick

  details: Philip Larkin lived with his parents at 73 Coten End, Warwick during the 1940s. In 1943 he was working in a dull job which he hated at the Fuel Office...
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Landor House

  details: The poet Walter Savage Landor was born in this house in Warwick in 1775. It has been part of the King's High School for Girls since 1879. The poet liv...
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St Mary Immaculate RC Church, Warwick

  details: JRR Tolkien was married to Edith Bratt in this church on 22 March 1916. In November 1915 he sent Edith a poem he had just written while at a First Wor...
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Warwick Library

  details: Warwick Library is part of the Poetry on Loan scheme and has a good selection of poetry books for loan. The library is also launching a Poetry Group o...
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Poetry Festival

Warwick Words - Festival of Literature & Spoken Word

  details: Warwick Words is the fourth literary festival in Warwick and promises an exciting collection of events.
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Poetry Magazine

Warwick Words - Festival of Literature and Spoken Word

  details: 6 - 9 Ocober 2005

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