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Sites include a range of activities common to cultural heritage sites, such as living history, museum exhibits, guided tours and poetry readings. You have entered a writer’s home poster New York Times commentator Anne Trubek counted 73 such houses in the United States.The tradition of preserving houses or sites important to famous authors has a long history: in the 14th century Petrarch’s birthplace was preserved, despite Petrach barely spending time there as a child. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century France, photojournalism which represented authors homes created an increased public interest in writers’ private lives, making their homes destinations. The public popular imagination around these literary homes is a central theme of the satirical novel An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England.

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