Writers usually have their favorite writing spots, a small, secluded space, sparsely furnished, where creativity flows unimpeded. The chosen environment is typically distraction-free, like the library, a hotel room, inside a car, or even a prison cell. Many significant literary works have been produced from within prisons. Indeed, locking oneself up with only a typewriter, or pen and paper, is a reasonable strategy. The The Hunchback of Notre Dame became possible only because Victor Hugo placed himself under house arrest and locked his clothes away to avoid the temptation to go outside. Many famous writers had reclusive writing sheds away from their homes and from the drudgeries of domestic life. Let’s look at some of them.
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