7 Fantastic Homes From Literary Adaptations

7 Fantastic Homes From Literary Adaptations

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Movies adapted from literature are usually a Godsend, when they’re done right that is. Bringing words and details to life is really remarkable when you think about it. Everyone always pays attention to the location and if you’re like me, you’ll probably fall in love with it too. A character’s home is just as vital as the character themselves.   I find people’s homes to be a big indication of who they are; everything in a house tells a story and has a personal touch. To see a fictional character’s home is pretty charming. Who doesn’t dream of living in …

Edgar Allan Poe’s Family Estate Is Up For Sale and We Can’t Afford It

Edgar Allan Poe’s Family Estate Is Up For Sale and We Can’t Afford It

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I love me some Edgar Allan Poe, always have and always will. So I never shoot down the chance to hear a little more about the dark and mysterious writer. Plus I’m a complete sucker for a beautiful mansion with a rich history. And it turns out that the old Poe estate was put up for sale last week!      Image Via Poetry Foundation   Although the American writer and literary critic was born in Boston, Massachusetts, his distant family spent some time in Maryland at their estate home built in 1927. The Poe family lived there for over …

6 Fictional Homes I Long to Live In

6 Fictional Homes I Long to Live In

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I moved to New York from Dublin in June and since then, I’ve been thinking a lot of all the other places I’d like to live. No disrespect to NYC, but moving here has made me realize how many other places I also want to spend time in. So here are some fictional houses I’d love to chill in for a while. Take me in, Mrs. Weasley!    1. The Burrow- The Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling   The Burrow | Via Wattpad   Located on the outskirts of Ottery St. Catchpole, the Weasley family home is without a …