Images of post-modernists in Midtown, Twain in repose, and more

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This week, a glimpse of author Tao Lin's Murray Hill apartment surfaced in this cheeky review over at Vice. Though somewhat alarmed at the squalor of Lin's digs, I found myself inspired to hunt down a few more shots of notable authors hanging out at home.

Below, stop by and visit with everyone from Zora Neale Hurston to Paul Auster. Whose apartment would you most like to move into?

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