Well I had always wanted to visit this museum, but in my several trips to Rome I never took the time, until now. OK, that's done -- and it only took about 30 minutes of my time.
I can honestly say that the highlight of my visit was the very clean and pleasant restroom just behind reception. So for €4, I got that, and a few quiet moments among the dark and dusty books and bits and bobs of memorabilia scattered about a few mostly empty rooms.
I agree with a previous post... how much richer an experience this would be with the house transformed into a living museum with originals (or near-originals) of furniture and artifacts from the poets' time. (See the very rewarding Dickens House in London as an example.)
As it is, the house is hardly for the casual visitor (even if she has a couple of degrees in English literature).
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