As a literary scene of the Aleutian Islands are not discovered yet. Only a handful of novels, plays there, which is hardly the barren landscape (after all, that is so extensively praised the Island yet less lush), or the fact that the group of Islands between Asia and North America would have such a boring story – Alan Roy Evans' time span Aleutian Roman "Attu" with its sudden Twists and dramas rebutted this presumption is impressive, and anyone who has ever read this book, you will dream of that post-ship, the controls periodically through the fog, the most important Aleutian Islands to visit.
Salem, anywhere Salem!
the blame for this neglect by the Lite is likely to be a case of all the joy of discovery, but still conservative book market, the well-trodden paths of exit like more, just in terms of the places where the novels, stories and poems play a game. This suggests at least an evaluation to be made to the employees of the Online platform "open library" at the data a few million books.
Thus, New York leads with 8510 entries, the list of the cities in which the authors settle on her story, followed by London (4725), Rome, Paris, Los Angeles, Washington and San Francisco. It is believed this list, then the United States has left as a land of Literature to the Rest of the world far behind – even Berlin, Florence, Dublin and Oxford are ranked in this list, behind Salem, which, of course, not necessarily a large offer of books for the witch-hunt suggests, but more the variety of places of this Name may lie.
In fashion: Los Angeles poems
you Look at another list that includes only the romance novels, is, in turn, London and New York, for detective stories, it looks reversed (with a respectable eighth place for Venice, followed by Hollywood), while in the poetry of Rome New York, London and Paris pushes – surprisingly, it follows in this list on the tenth place, the lyric is actually less suspicious Los Angeles with 109 hits. Of course, there is the title, beyond the simple classification of smiling – what country is about, you should assign to Jules Verne's "In eighty days around the world", and "A tale of two cities" by Charles Dickens, it should not make the Contest so easy.Updated Date: 11 August 2020, 09:19