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Irish writer George Bernard Shaw built his own or "hut" in London at the bottom of his garden. They say he called it London so that people could be told he was in "London" when he was writing! He used to turn the whole thing to face the sun as it moved.

the pealed wallpaper the old furniture and the scattered papers <3 I miss my grandmother's home

Dennis Severs house // writing nook Severs' House in Folgate Street, London UK, is a "still-life drama" created by the previous owner as an "historical imagination" of what life would have been like inside for a family of Huguenot silk weavers

Hidden at the bottom of Irish playwright Shaw's garden was a rotating hut, which he built himself and wrote in. The story goes he called it 'London', so that if somebody called for him, they could be told he was in London and it would be true! The hut was built to rotate so Shaw could move it from inside to be in the sunshine constantly while he worked.

ontd_writes: Famous Writers' Retreats: The Rooms Where Classics Were Created

Dylan Thomas' Boathouse. Dylan's Walk, Laugharne, Wales. He lived at the Boathouse for the last four years of his life during which time many major pieces of work were written – including Under Milk Wood. The Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where Dylan and Caitlin lived with their children, Aeronwy, Llewelyn and Colm from 1949 to 1953

He lived at the Boathouse for the last four years of his life during which time many major pieces of work were written – including Under Milk Wood. The Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where Dylan and Caitli

Kerry Argent Visits | The Book Light

Kerry Argent Visits | The Book Light

Photographer Matika Wilbur has visited 184 Tribal Nations across the United States, capturing portraits and collecting extraordinary stories in Project 562, a contemporary representation of Native Americans.

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Agatha Christie in her English summer home. Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, DBE (1890-1976) was an English crime writer of novels, short stories, and plays. She also wrote six romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but she is best remembered for the 66 detective novels and 15 short story collections she wrote under her own name, revolving around the investigations of Hercule Poirot, Miss Jane Marple, and Tommy and Tuppence. She also wrote the world's longest-running play, The…

A Peek Inside Famous Writers' Homes

Agatha Christie inside the library at Greenway House - her summer home in Devon, England. -- “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” -- - Agatha Christie September 1890 – 12 January was a British crime writer of novels, short stories, and plays.

Beatrix Potter’s Hilltop  Hawkshead,Cumbria, England.

The old-fashioned house and garden at Hill Top Farm, Beatrix Potter's home in the English Lake District where she wrote many of her books,.

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Tristan Bancks - Australian Author of Children’s Books and Teen Books

George Bernard Shaw's rotating writing shed - he could rotate it to follow the sun.

George Bernard Shaw’s writing hut, dubbed “London” so his staff wouldn’t be lying when they said he had “gone to London.” (via Famous Writers’ Small Writing Sheds and Off-the-Grid Huts

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The Last Lion

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