For the Guardian, she named a top 10 list of literary landscapes--"her favourite places to go walking in the footsteps of great writers."
One landscape on her list:
Godrevy LighthouseRead about another landscape on Drabble's list.
This St Ives landmark is the eponymous lighthouse of Virginia Woolf's greatest novel, and an enduring symbol of artistic hope and endeavour. St Ives is full of memories of Woolf, and of all the summer seaside holidays of all children, of all time.
To the Lighthouse appears among the American Book Review's 100 best last lines from novels, on Amity Gaige's best books list, and on Adam Langer's best books list.