Landscapes, Legends, and Literature

The Art Deco Burgh Island Hotel, off England's Devon coast, was the inspiration for Agatha Christie’s novel “Evil Under the Sun.” (Mick Knapton/ CC BY-SA 2.0)
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A sense of place affects us throughout our lives—or at least it should. Think of walking on a sunny warm day, vivid in its optimism, and then seeing someone skulking down an alley—furtive darkness amongst the light. Does a story begin to form in the recesses of your mind? Or were you so engrossed in your smartphone that you didn’t notice the sun or the skulker? A writer of fiction is connected to the world around them on many levels. Agatha C
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