A Room of One's Own
Sanctuaries of four Ann Arbor authors
From the October, 2012 issue
Ernest Hemingway composed his novels seated on a cigar-maker's chair in a converted carriage house in Key West, Florida. Emily Dickinson retreated to her bedroom in Amherst, Massachusetts, to pen over 1,800 poems at a small wooden desk. Virginia Woolf--who insisted that a woman needs "a room of one's own" to write in--brought her own literary works to life in
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