Sherlock Homes & Charles Dickens Literary Maps

By Dianna Dilworth 

Placing Literature has created two new literary maps: Charles Dickens and Sherlock Holmes.

The digital map includes landmark locations from the works of the authors placed on interactive digital maps. Site visitors can follow the adventures of Oliver Twist or Edwin Drood in Victorian London. Readers can also see the locations that the Baker Street detective visited in his stories.

The website has been creating literary maps since 2013 and has already created literary maps for Mark Twain, Dylan Thomas, and New York City, among others. Across all of the maps, the site has more than 3,600 literary places of interest mapped on its site.