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Alice Munro and Michael Longley were among the names that kept cropping up when Belinda McKeonasked readers to pick their books of the year Alice Munro was born to tell stories, and in The View from.

Consider one of the Penguin Clothbound Classics, which include Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” and Leo Tolstoy’s “War and Peace.” 2. Literary temporary tattoos, $12.95 – A fun way for bibliophiles.

Sales of printed books fell by £98 million last year – a drop of 6.5 per cent since 2012 But I can’t help feeling that the sort of people who do still go to bookshops – Amazon and Kindle refuseniks,

I met Chuck Palahniuk in Pasadena, California, at a signing for his latest book, Adjustment Day. When I arrived, 30 minutes ahead of time, there was already a long line. Young girls and boys were.

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This season, Penguin Classics, the standard bearers for paperback reprints. following on the heels of their acclaimed "War and Peace.".

Emma Woodhouse, "handsome, clever and rich", sets about interfering in other people’s lives and leaves a trail of genteel havoc in her wake. This edition is a beautiful clothbound hardback. Publisher:.

Emma Woodhouse, "handsome, clever and rich", sets about interfering in other people’s lives and leaves a trail of genteel havoc in her wake. This edition is a beautiful clothbound hardback. Publisher:.

it turns out – the BBC War & Peace adaptation has pushed Tolstoy’s novel to No 13 on Waterstones’ hardback fiction chart. It doesn’t mean they’ll read it, though: the novel (1,440 pages in this.

This season, Penguin Classics, the standard bearers for paperback reprints. following on the heels of their acclaimed "War and Peace.".

it turns out – the BBC War & Peace adaptation has pushed Tolstoy’s novel to No 13 on Waterstones’ hardback fiction chart. It doesn’t mean they’ll read it, though: the novel (1,440 pages in this.