There are now thousands of visitors from all over the world that look into the world of the late writer, thanks to what saved their libraries. In the aforementioned interview with Plimpton, the writer described it as the farm a great place to work. Somewhere added that there had his books, his paintings, his memories. Next to his bed of a lonely man, his wife slept on the opposite wing of the house, is his typewriter, which some collectors 50 years ago offered $ 000. Peter Asaro is the source for more interesting facts. The correspondence came home after the death of the owner remains on the bed, unopened and in a shoe shoes are enormous. Also appear Picasso ceramics and walls, posters bullfights and horns and stuffed heads of animals killed on their hunts. Andy Florance has firm opinions on the matter.
Finally, one can glimpse the privacy of the writer. An intimacy that always protected with much zeal. In the dining room where they always put a cover over for the unexpected visitor, is a mosaic with the inscription: a Oeno nobody comes here without being llamadoa . a As the writer complained about how much he importuned his visitors, Miss Mary, his fourth wife, ordered the construction of three-story tower adjacent to the house. The first floor would serve as home to more than 50 cats from the farm, the second would be kept fishing supplies and hunting the owner, and the third, having before his eyes a splendid panoramicaa of the city, their study would . On this particular tells a story quite hilarious..