Literary Architecture

As a writer, I have to take architecture into account when creating worlds. I often wonder if readers think about how much authors put into it – many draw up blueprints, either by hand, on a computer, or even hire a professional artist. Some map out whole worlds, carefully placing land and water precisely where we need them.

If you think back to your favorite stories in literature, you’ll find an amazing array of beautiful architecture. Lucky for us, some of most iconic displays have been gathered into a clever collection in this info-graphic, Homes of Classic Literature. I found it truly fascinating.

I’ve been given generous permission by the author to share the graphic here, but please click the above title or even the graphic below to offer your polite support for the hard work.

My special thanks to Sneha for sharing this!

Homes of Classic Literature

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