The books of W. E. Johns provide a world tour from Punta Arenas to Narvik, from Atuona to the Azores. How else would a young reader in his era learn of Mulu or the Terai? Many of the places used in the books are actual and coloured by Johns' personal experience such as Provence and Scotland. Others are carefully researched and richly described. Many fictional locations have are set in real world locales.
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