Connecticut: A Literary Pilgrimage

By Jamie Worcester

“There was no style of living to be compared with the simple, dignified order of a true New England home…”  –Harriet Beecher Stowe

Connecticut is home to roughly 3.5 million people and a summering spot for the many that flock here from the bustling city life of New York and other areas. It is the beautiful beaches and close proximity to the city that attracts so many to come here and occupy the rows of little beach cottages that line the coast. Notable literary figures have lived here, not only by the Long Island Sound, but further inland as well.  After all, the state...

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