Literary Passports

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A passport, with all of its stamps and visas, can reveal quite a bit about the bearer. How many travelers have played the where have you been game by passing passports around a train compartment or a hostel common room ? Imagine what we could discover from the passports of our great writers. Here are a few examples to ponder:

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joyce

capote

woolf

hem

magritte

mailer

hitch

hellman

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3 Responses to Literary Passports

  1. Wow. Really does make you wonder how much each trip inspired these great writers.

  2. gowestmygirl says:

    Unfortunately pretty much all of my travel has been to countries within the EU so I rarely get a stamp!! 😦

  3. Pingback: Literary Passports — Travel Between The Pages – Naked Cities Journal

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