Connecticut Literary Traditions | 27:Fifty (1993) - Episode 2


Connecticut, known for being a large corporate entity, with a high income per capita and shrewd “yankees”, seems like an unlikely place for a deeply ingrained literary tradition. Why have writers called Connecticut home? Several professors analyze the effects of Connecticut and its real estate on writers. 

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