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Yorkshire has captivated the imagination of many writers. The Brontë sisters are indelibly linked to the dramatic, highly atmospheric moors around Haworth. J. B. Priestley hailed from Bradford. You can see a statue of the prolific writer outside the city's National Media Museum.
The work of poet Ted Hughes, one of the 20th century's great writers, is infused with the landscapes of the Calder Valley. And international bestseller Barbara Taylor Bradford was born and brought up in Leeds.
Even literary legend and Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien worked in Yorkshire as a professor of English Language at the University of Leeds.
Yorkshire also has world renowned poets and playwrights. Andrew Marvell, most famously remembered as the 17th Century poet who penned To His Coy Mistress, Philip Larkin, who spent 30 years living in Yorkshire and Alan Ayckbourn, an Olivier, Tony and Moliere Award winning playwright who has written over 75 plays.
The beauty of the Yorkshire landscape has inspired some of the most prominent writings of our time and Yorkshire literature is infused with wild and beautiful surroundings. Let your imagination run free and follow in the footsteps of Yorkshire's greats.