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There was written your favorite books

In a cafe or in your own home, in a tiny Studio or in a huge living room in a comfortable chair or in a hotel room – where one was not born on our favorite books. Cannot bear to look at the Desk Hemingway or sagging armchair by Roald Dahl. So get ready for goosebumps running down my back!

Assembled a gallery of interiors, which created great works.

 

The house of Victor Hugo in Guernsey

It’s hard to believe in this exquisite, full of light room Victor Hugo wrote such a complex and gloomy a thing as “Rejected”.

Photo: https://lithub.com/inside-the-rooms-where-20-famous-books-were-written/

The Hemingway house in Cuba

Hemingway lived and worked in an old estate Finca Vigia in Cuba. Here he equipped a spacious office with a library and a giant boomerangpoker table dark wood. It is here that were written such works as “the old Man and the sea” and “For whom the bell tolls”.

Photo: https://lithub.com/inside-the-rooms-where-20-famous-books-were-written/

Studio room Mark TWAIN in Elmira

Mark TWAIN was born in Missouri, then moved to Connecticut and every summer we would come to work in Elmira, new York. There he lived in a small room Studio, which he himself called “a cosy nest” and mentioned in letters that there to fit a sofa, table and a few chairs, but the Studio is more beautiful in the whole world to find. In Elmira he wrote “the adventures of Tom Sawyer” and “the Yankee from Connecticut at court of King Arthur”.

Photo: https://lithub.com/inside-the-rooms-where-20-famous-books-were-written/

Agatha Christie’s room at Pera Palace hotel

While working on “Murder in Orient Express Agatha Christie often stayed at the luxury hotel Pera Palace in Istanbul. Most of all she loved room 411, and the hotel still works, fans of the writer today can stay in the same room where he created one of the most famous of her works.

Photo: https://lithub.com/inside-the-rooms-where-20-famous-books-were-written/

Café de Flore in Paris

James Baldwin spent many hours on the second floor of the Paris Café de Flore, while writing his novel “Go tell it from the mountain”. Interrupted it only waiters, podsevshie another batch of coffee and brandy.

Photo: https://lithub.com/inside-the-rooms-where-20-famous-books-were-written/

The writing hut of Roald Dahl

In this cozy room with a wonderful creative mess Roald Dahl wrote “Matilda” and “Charlie and the chocolate factory”. The room was situated in a small cottage, where the writer went to work and read.

Photo: https://lithub.com/inside-the-rooms-where-20-famous-books-were-written/

Photo: lithub.com