Look at That! The Longfellow House

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A couple weeks ago the Longfellow House hosted a special tour that explored the friendship between Charles Dickens and Longfellow.  The house is beautiful and everything in it was actually owned by the Longfellow family, which means it’s all original pieces and I totally geeked out.  In someways the tour felt a little pasted together, like it could have flowed better from room to room and what not.  Also, I kind of wish had I know more about Dickens and Longfellow’s personal lives before the tour, but now I have some more to add to my to read list.

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