In the Masters’ Rooms

Sounds like a great idea for these historical sites: allowing writers the chance to spend a few hours in the Key West room where Hemingway did so much of his work or sitting in Mark Twain’s library in Hartford some evening as you edit your latest creation. 

Twain’s library is available for $50 if you can find some space on the waiting list. The cost of time in the Hemingway house ($1500) probably should include a tab at Sloppy Joe’s, a fistfight, a free cat, and an affair with another writer. That definitely would be the Hemingway experience and worth the price tag. 

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