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Get out of town: Visit one of these New England author homes, TimeOut New York

There’s a wealth of gorgeous, historic homes in the New York area to inspire your literary pilgrimages. While, admittedly, it would be amazing to purchase John Cheever’s Ossining home, which recently hit the market, or poet Wallace Stevens’s 3,900 sq. foot fixer-upper in Hartford, the pilgrimage is a much easier way to experience the magic and mysticism of an author’s hallowed grounds. Here are six houses that will transport you to worlds filled with novels and poems—and, fair warning, you’ll probably want to give your own home a grandiose name after reading this… read more.