She mentionned there was a writer's room in the museum; she forgot whose. She'd thought having a writer's room in a museum was an interesting idea.
"A writer's room, Mom?" Garp asked.
"Yes, it's a whole room," Jenny said. "They took all the writer's furniture, and maybe the walls and floor, too. I don't know how they did it."
"I don't know why they did it," Garp said. "The whole room is in the museum?"
"Yes, I think it was a bedroom," Jenny said, "but it was also where the writer actually wrote."
Garp rolled his eyes. It sounded obcene to him. Would the writer's toothbrush be there? And the chamber pot?