What do authors' homes have in common? Judging from these six literary homes — from Truman Capote's former haunt to radio-host Garrison Keillor's peaceful reprieve (pictured) — you can count on at least one of the following features: A secluded tower, a quiet studio, bookish studies, and shelves aplenty. Have a look...
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