Books Jacket Copy

How writers lived: A look at the houses of literary lions

Can we get to know writers through the places they called home? Mark Twain built a Victorian in Hartford, Conn., that was idiosyncratic and distinctive -- flashier than the house of his neighbor Harriet Beecher Stowe, whose fame he was said to envy. Edgar Allen Poe, often struggling... By Carolyn Kellogg
This photo gallery is featured in these articles: