(But have not yet)
  1. Andalusia. Flannery O'Connor's house
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    Where O'Connor wrote. And raised peacocks.
  2. Rowan Oak. William Faulkner's house in Oxford, Mississippi
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    Where Faulkner outlined one of his novels (A Fable) on the walls of his office
  3. Shakespeare & Co. Books in Paris, France
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    The current location of the bookstore where (at the earlier location) Hemingway and James Joyce (among others) hung out.
  4. Stratford-upon-Avon, England
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    Because Shakespeare!
  5. Mark Twain's House
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    He wrote a lot of his books here, including Huck Finn
  6. Bird Girl
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    Creepy statue from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
  7. Paul Bowles's apartment in Morocco
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    I wonder who lives there now?
  8. Walden Pond
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    To visit deliberately.
  9. Hemingway's House
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    He wrote parts of Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bells Tolls here. And it was a good house and he liked it.
  10. Kurt Vonnegut Library
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    So it goes.
  11. Monroe County Courthouse
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    Because Scout and To Kill a Mockingbird
  12. McCandless's Bus
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    From Into the Wild. RIP, Chris. I hope you found what you were looking for.