At The Week magazine she tagged six books that draw visitors to their authors' home towns.
One title on her list:
Leaves of Grass by Walt WhitmanRead about the other books on Trubek's list.
“If you want me again look for me under your boot-soles,” Whitman writes. At his house museum in Camden, N.J., visitors go to see Whitman’s boot soles, to see his stuff. Whitman’s poetry tries to bridge the divide between the material and spiritual worlds. Writers’ houses, monuments to the imagination, do the same.