Writer's residence

Writer's residence

The home of a famous author in history. These homes are important landmarks and are usually noted with plaques, or the residence may be used as a living museum.
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The Mercedes with the Aswan number plate was once a permanent feature of the intersection of three side streets behind this writer's residence.
The blunder came to light after the Rhondda scribe - who has a writer's residence at the University of Texas - checked a copy sent to her after the first print run.
IN REASONS FOR LIVING, Dmitry Gennadiyevich (his real name and patronymic) Bakin (a pseudonym) is introduced by Byron Lindsey, an American Slavist, who interviewed him at the writer's residence in 1996.