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Charlotte Bronte at the Soane

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You lucky Londoners. 3/15-5/7, the Sir John Soane's Museum (worth a visit on its own) is featuring an exhibit around Charlotte Bronte's visits to London.

What's wonderful about the Soane, is that the museum is as it was in the 1850's, which is the era I write my historical romance books in. Was lovely to visit.

http://www.soane.org/features/new-exhibition-brings-charlotte-brontë-soane

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