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  1. Emily Dickinson Museum

    ... twentieth centuries. The Homestead was the birthplace and home of the poet Emily Dickinson. The Evergreens, next door, was home to her brother Austin, his wife Susan, and their three children. The ...

    Literary Places — 12/8/23

  2. C & P Coffee Company

    ... vegan and wheat free options. The coffee house is also home to a variety of events including live music, open mics, poetry and ...

    Literary Places — 12/7/23

  3. Bowery Poetry

    ... Bowery Poetry is home to poets, writers, and artists of diverse talents and skill sets. The ...

    Literary Places — 12/7/23

  4. Book Culture on Broadway

    ... and nonfiction, cookbooks, mystery novels, graphic novels, home and craft books, and travel guides. The bookstore has four locations, ...

    Literary Places — 12/6/23

  5. Book Culture

    ... and nonfiction, cookbooks, mystery novels, graphic novels, home and craft books, and travel guides. They host numerous readings and ...

    Literary Places — 12/6/23

  6. W. H. Auden’s Brooklyn Heights Home

    ... address. Just two doors south at 5 Montague Terrace is the home where novelist Thomas Wolfe lived just years earlier than Auden, in two ...

    Literary Places — 4/11/23

  7. John J. Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections

    ... Boston College’s Burns Library is home to more than 250,000 volumes, some 16,000,000 manuscripts and important ...

    Literary Places — 3/29/23

  8. Pearl S. Buck House

    ... This sixty-eight-acre estate in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, was home to Pearl S. Buck from 1935 to her death in 1973. Visitors are invited to ...

    Literary Places — 11/29/22

  9. Ralph Waldo Emerson House

    ... Built in 1828, this square frame house served as the home to Ralph Waldo Emerson and his second wife, Lydia Jackson, from 1835 to ... still contains many of Emerson’s personal effects and the home’s original furnishings. Guided tours are offered from mid-April to ...

    Literary Places — 11/7/22

  10. Gwendolyn Brooks House

    ... poet, Gwendolyn Brooks resided in this Chicago home from 1953 to 1994. A dominant figure of twentieth-century American poetry ... American life experiences on Chicago’s South Side. Her home was designated a Chicago landmark on February 10, 2010. ...

    Literary Places — 10/24/22