People: Apr. 5, 1982

Ah, the lush, pastoral tidiness of rural Connecticut. Ah, the tranquillity and the clean air—not to mention the attraction of living in a state with no income tax—that have made happy, settled residents of such literary luminaries as Playwright Arthur Miller, 61; Journalist Theodore H. White, 66, and his wife, Historian Beatrice K. Hofstadter; Novelist and Poet Robert Penn Warren, 76, and his wife, Writer Eleanor Clark; Author William Styron, 56; Humorist Peter De Vries, 62; Writer Harrison Salisbury, 73; and Novelist Philip Roth, 49. Agghhh, the newly passed unincorporated business tax, a...

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!