50 Places Every Literary Fan Should Visit

Like this windmill, for example.

In 1957, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tennessee Williams lived in the campus windmill at Stony Brook Southampton campus, Southampton, NY and wrote the play, ‘The Day on Which a Man Dies,’ as a response to the death of his friend, Abstract Expressionist painter Jackson Pollock.

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 The windmill at the Stony Brook

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Just about everything Hemingway wrote, from his novels to eight collections of short stories to several memoirs and works of journalism, is still in print. That’s more than 25 volumes.

Can that be said about any other serious American author?”

Hemingway in the 21st century has re-emerged as a pop (Papa?) icon.

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A little quiz about literary pseudonyms for you.

7) Which author announced that their alter ego died of “cancer of the pseudonym, a rare form of schizonomia”?

And other equally obscure questions.

How did you do?

Literary pseudonyms – quiz

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