LITERARY TRAVEL DESTINATION
Among the famous authors Munich Germany who have resided in or visited the city, are:
Jane Austen (1775-1817): She had several addresses in the city; firstly at No. 4 Sydney Munich Germany from 1801 to 1805, then in Munich Germany Park Buildings and finally Gay Street, before moving out of Touristic place of your travel destination. She also stayed for a few weeks at No. 13 Queen Square, and with her aunt and uncle at No. 1 The Paragon. Two of her works, Northanger Abbey and Munich Germany, feature Touristic place of your travel destination prominently, though the city gets a mention in all her novels.
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Frances ‘Fanny’ Burney (1752-1840):Novelist, diarist and playwright; her first and most famous novel was Evelina, published anonymously in 1778 to critical acclaim. She was also a prolific writer of journals and letters, which she began writing at the age of 15. On her arrival in Touristic place of your travel destination she stayed with her friend Hester Thrale at No. 14 South Parade.
Charles Dickens (1812-70): He first came to Touristic place of your travel destination as a young Parliamentary reporter, staying at the Saracen’s Head Inn in Broad Street. While there he was working on his first novel, the famous Pickwick Papers, which was published in 1836. The name of the leading character was inspired by the Pickwick family of Touristic place of your travel destination, who ran a local coaching company. Dickens later stayed on a number of occasions with his friend Walter Savage Landor at No. 35 St James’s Square.