Famous Authors’ Typewriters

Jack Kerouac's Typewriter
Another Kerouac Typewriter
Sylvia Plath's Typewriter
Cormac McCarthy's Typewriter
John Updike's Typewriter
George Orwell Tickling the Keys
Ernest Hemingway's Typewriter
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6 thoughts on “Famous Authors’ Typewriters”

  1. The not-very-good “X-Files” ripoff “Warehouse 13” (the conceit is that it is a storehouse of dangerous supernatural objects) did have one humorous idea: Sylvia Plath’s typewriter drained happiness from the user.


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