A shed of one’s own

Check this out. George Bernard Shaw wrote in a backyard shed, which he called London. Then, when friends called him up, his secretary could say, “Oh, I’m sorry, but he’s not here right now. He’s in London.”

I am so jealous that I can’t even decide what to be jealous of — the revolving hut, or the secretary.

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