Donald Hall

A Poet Laureate and celebrated dean of American letters, Donald Hall lives in Wilmot, New Hampshire, in a farmhouse purchased in 1865 by his great-grandfather. Hall’s grandmother and mother were born in the white clapboard house, and Hall’s grandfather milked cows, kept sheep and chickens, and harvested maple syrup on the land. In a prodigious lifetime of writing, Hall has chronicled the home as a quintessential New England family dwelling and workplace.

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