In The BNOTP Library: More Literary Houses

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I couldn’t share the book, Literary Houses with you without sharing the sequel Rosalind Ashe wrote the following year. The illustrations are just as beautiful, maybe even more so. And I know you’re going to love the homes she featured!

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In the BNOTP Library: More Literary Houses
Author: Rosalind Ashe
Hardcover: 141 pages
Book Size: 11.5 x 8.6 x 0.7

More Literary Houses by Rosalind Ashe


3 Things I Like About This Book:

  • This book was published in 1983 and is the follow-up to the original book, Literary Houses published the year before in 1982. Such a great concept, bringing to life the homes that were so integral to the stories.
  • The homes brought to life in this book come from the following great books: Gone With The Wind, The Portrait Of A Lady, Middlemarch, War And Peace, Blandings Castle, The Castle, Buddenbrooks, The Leopard, Wide Sargasso Sea and Le Grand Meaulnes
  • Wish Rosalind Ashe had written yet a third book. She could have titled it: Even More Literary Houses 


You can read more about this book, More Literary Houses at Amazon where I normally buy my books, via the picture link below.


You’ll find previously featured books from the BNTOP library here: In The BNOTP Library or just click on the collage below.

In the BNOTP Library


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  1. Mary from Virginia says

    Thank you! I will have to check into these books.

  2. Doreen Krajzel says

    Hi Susan;
    I am so glad I did not place my order yet, I will have to add this book to it. The only book I have read is Gone With The Wind. So it is to the library web site to order one or two to read before enjoying the pictures! Thanks, I appreciate all your hard work. Love, Doreen

  3. pam ~ crumpety cottage says

    Perhaps she will yet, Susan. It’s a great concept.

  4. Love looking at those old houses. The book sounds wonderful. xo Laura

  5. Thanks for the good advice for buying these books used. That’s a perfect idea. I have purchased old movies this way and they have been great.

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