After walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, veer right and climb slightly to Brooklyn Heights. On Henry Street, find a terrific address:
Make your way to the former home of Thomas Wolfe, 40 Verandah Place:
Continue on to 31 Grace Court to see where Arthur Miller lived while he penned Death of a Salesman:
Around the corner, observe the former boarding house (20 Remsen Street) where Norman Mailer finished The Naked and the the Dead:
Though living in a boarding house, Miller must have been inspired when he stepped outside and saw the waterfront:
It’s strangely satisfying to search out the residences of literary greats, take a picture and think about the authors living and writing there.
Return to Manhattan on the ferry: