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Bryn Mawr was named after the town of Bryn Mawr in Wales. The name is derived from the Welsh words "bryn" (hill) and "mawr" (great). It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names. The area's Main Line suburbs, large houses, and prestigious schools have inspired several works by novelist John Cheever as well as becoming a setting for numerous films. The community was also home to writers such as Sylvia Plath ("The Bell Jar") and Lillian Hellman ("Little Foxes"). In addition, parts of the 1995 film "" were filmed at Bryn Mawr College and nearby Haverford College; however most filming took place in Canada due to financial reasons related to Canadian tax credits offered for film production costs incurred there.