It’s fitting that a city as steeped in academic and literary history as Oxford should be home to what many consider to be the country’s leading literature festival. Percy Bysshe Shelley, W.H Auden, T.S Eliot, John Betjeman and Philip Larkin are just a few of the famous poets who found inspiration among Oxford’s dreaming spires. Oxonian authors range from the highbrow like Iris Murdoch, Margaret Forster and Graham Greene to the more commercial such as Bridget Jones creator Helen Fielding. Also, the popular chick-lit writer Louise Bagshawe and the spy master John le Carre. Of course Oxford is always a fascinating place to visit, but the events, authors and atmosphere of the Oxford Literary Festival make it a must-visit for all keen readers.
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