This March 17, 2009 photo released by VisitBritain shows shows a letter written by Samuel Johnson and a copy of the dictionary he wrote, which was published in 1755, beneath a stained glass plaque at Dr. Johnson’s House, a small museum in the 300-year-old townhouse where he lived in London. The house is a good destination for visitors on a literary tour of London. (AP Photo/VisitBritain)

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This March 17, 2009 photo released by VisitBritain shows shows a letter written by Samuel Johnson and a copy of the dictionary he wrote, which was published in 1755, beneath a stained glass plaque at Dr. Johnson’s House, a small museum in the 300-year-old townhouse where he lived in London. The house is a good destination for visitors on a literary tour of London. (AP Photo/VisitBritain)
This March 17, 2009 photo released by VisitBritain shows shows a letter written by Samuel Johnson and a copy of the dictionary he wrote, which was published in 1755, beneath a stained glass plaque at Dr. Johnson’s House, a small museum in the 300-year-old townhouse where he lived in London. The house is a good destination for visitors on a literary tour of London. (AP Photo/VisitBritain)
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