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The List List #4
Boy does the internet like a list. And boy, does the bookish internet love a book list. Here’s a round-up of recent bookish lists that caught our attention. See previous installments here. At Flavorwire: 12 Unique Bookmobiles Around the World At Mental Floss: 11 Early Scathing Review of Works Now Considered Masterpieces At McSweeney’s: 13 Writing Prompts At Huffington Post Books: 7...
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You Are Not Your Bookshelf
You are not the books on your shelf. You are not the books you have read. You are not the books you haven’t read. You are not what books people think you have read. You are not the books you are supposed to have read. You are not the books you always meant to read. You are not the books you hate. You are not the books you dismiss. You are not the books you like. You are not the books you...