Picture book for "The Historian"

Vampire travels across Europe

Saint Mary’s Church in Oxford

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Chapter 20,

“A homely little piece of Victoriana that lingered at the edge of the old section of campus”

The St Mary’s church in Oxford is not a catholic church, not victorian and not homely.

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St Mary' sOxford

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Written by Gillian

August 22, 2011 at 12:39 pm

Posted in Chapter 20

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  1. Saint Mary’s was not in Oxford. Paul was still in the states (Boston?) when this happened. Nice picture though.

    George Petty

    May 6, 2016 at 5:14 pm

  2. That’s because the church to which the narrator refers is in Cambridge, MA. Paul met Rossi at Harvard, not Oxford. The description fits either if these churches perfectly. Both are indeed amongst a number of Protestant Churches and are rather homely and Victorian, which you can easily confirm with a Google search- there is not much available about one of them, but the other cam be seen here: http://stmaryoftheannunciation.com/?page_id=656

    barbedwireny (@barbedwireny)

    November 26, 2017 at 1:37 pm


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