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GALLERY: A Writer’s Home in Essex, Inspired by Dickinson and Plath

Kate Moses is a scholar of Sylvia Plath and Emily Dickinson and author of the best-selling novel Wintering, narrated by Plath in the last months of her life. Moses transforme
d a circa-1820 home in Essex into an eclectic space inspired by her favorite writers and the themes found in their—and her own—work. Read more about Moses and her home in the October 2015 issue of Adirondack Life. All photographs by Erika Bailey.

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