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Ben Blatt’s Nabokov’s Favorite Word is Mauve-What the Numbers Reveal about the Classics, Bestsellers, and Our Own Writing

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Overview: Have you ever wondered if two books were by the same author, or co-author? 325 more words

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A terrifyingly good book, 'It' leaves a lasting impression

The summer I was 16, I read “It” by Stephen King twice in a row despite the fact that it’s terrifying. It’s also terrifyingly good. 419 more words

Battle in Robert Harris: p. 248 of Conspirata (Or, If You're in the UK, Lustrum)

Cicero’s great enemy is Catilina. Catilina is dispatched, as self knew he would be (She’s read about Catilina’s dispatching in both SPQR and Tom Holland’s… 138 more words

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Greek Philosophy in Robert Harris

The Stoics vs. Aristotle & Plato

pp. 199 – 200 of Conspirata (Lustrum in the UK; self has to make that distinction every time, it’s a bear) 222 more words

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Top 10 Bestselling Books April 2017

Here are the 10 bestselling books of April 2017.

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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

What if the princess didn’t marry Prince Charming but instead went on to be an astronaut? 953 more words

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More to Life Than This - Carole Matthews ★★★★

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Kate Lewis is thirty-five and feeling restless. She’s fed up of worrying about the ironing and would like her husband Jeffrey to pay more attention to her than his golf clubs. 230 more words

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What Alice Forgot, by Liane Moriarty

Review by Meg

When I was a college freshman, I wrote a “10 year” letter to myself – to be read when I was 29. It was full of the usual stuff – who my friends were, what classes I was taking, the guy that I currently had a crush on, etc. 583 more words

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