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May-28-21, 06:01 PM (EST)|
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I was looking at the Wikipedia page on Bangor, Maine (the county seat and nearest significant city to where I grew up and still live) a bit ago, and one of the photos the article's editors chose as a representative visual for the city is a shot from the street of author Stephen King's house. I've seen it before, of course, but not for a while, and seeing its picture for the first time in a while made me realize:|
Stephen King basically lives in the earlier version of Maison Écarlate from before Victor got married and enlarged the house into a proper Sprawling Country Manor. Picture that house as the nucleus of a much larger building with a twenty-room wing on either side of it, and a clock tower, and you pretty much have what it's like in 1946.
(Yes, King's house is of a substantially more recent architectural idiom than you would expect from an Alsatian nobleman's house that was originally built in the 11th century and heavily rebuilt in the early 16th--that style dates only to about 1850--but hey. Artistic license. Besides, I didn't say it looked exactly like that. :)
Benjamin D. Hutchins, Co-Founder, Editor-in-Chief, & Forum Mod
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