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A Bedroom of One’s Own – a look into literary rooms

Written by The Reader, 5th April 2012

Who would write in a room like this...? Well, Emily Dickinson actually...

Have you ever wondered what your favourite author’s home looks like? Where did they write their greatest lines, do their greatest thinking, or take a much-needed nap?! Well, thanks to this brilliant series of photographs, readers all over the world are offered a chance to get a glimpse into the personal spaces of some of the literary world’s biggest names.

The pictures show the bedrooms of literary giants such as Ernest Hemingway, Emily Dickinson, Truman Capote, and Victor Hugo. Not only absolutely fascinating to think of the stories that have come to life there, but also useful if you want to take interior design tips from the cream of the literary crop...

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