Diary of a Nobody is an 1888, English, comic novel by authors (and brothers) George and Weedon Grossmith. Diary of a Nobody chronicles 15 months in the life of narrator and London City clerk, Charles Pooter. Other characters include, Charles' wife Caroline Pooter and son Lupin.
The fictional Pooter's residence, The Laurels, was said to be located on Brickfield Terrace, Holloway in North London. To seek out a real life version of The Laurels in North London look for an end-of-terrace house on Pemberton Gardens, between Holloway Road and Junction Road, in Holloway. Also, in Holloway, search for houses on Penn Road (between Hillmarton Road and Caledonian Road) or on Stock Orchard Crescent that may fit the description. In Camden, look for houses on Rochester Road, off Camden Road. - AsNotedIn
|1888/00/00||George Grossmith||Author||The Diary of a Nobody - serialized in Punch magazine in 1888-1889|
|1888/00/00||Weedon Grossmith||Author||The Diary of a Nobody - serialized in Punch magazine in 1888-1889|
|1888/00/00||Punch||Publisher||The Diary of a Nobody - serialized in Punch magazine in 1888-1889|
|1892/06/00||George Grossmith||Author||Diary of a Nobody - published in book form|
|1892/06/00||J W Arrowsmith||Publisher||Diary of a Nobody - published in book form|
|1892/06/00||Weedon Grossmith||Author||Diary of a Nobody - published in book form|