The Campaign for Blake's Cottage Features in the New York Times
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“Our plan, our dream, is to raise enough money to buy the house and make it a center for Blake and all that he stood for,” said Adriana Díaz Enciso, secretary of the Blake Society. “We do not want to create a museum. Instead we will open its doors to paying visitors and those who want to stay for a night or more but, more importantly, for experts and enthusiasts who are involved in projects that are inspired by Blake. There will be meetings and open days and we are thinking of offering it as a shelter for persecuted foreign writers who need a sanctuary.”
The cottage has not been on the market since 1928; it had been handed down in the same family until, recently, the current owner moved out.