Our visit to Martha’s Vineyard wouldn’t be complete without stopping to pay our respects at Abel Hill Cemetery, the final resting place of playwright/screenwriter Lillian Hellman. Her most well-known works include the plays The Little Foxes, Toys in the Attic, and Another Part of the Forest — all Broadway hits. Hellman enjoyed a long career, an interesting personal life (including a 30-year relationship with Dashiell Hammett, who invented the hardboiled detective genre), and a devotion to social causes. In the movie Julia (1977), Hellman and Hammett were portrayed by Jane Fonda and Jason Robards. RIP, Ms. Hellman.