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We all need a little corner.
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Books can blur the line between good and evil.
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Don't like AFL? Join the (book) club!
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Book hoarding is a well-documented habit. In fact, most literary types are pretty proud of the practice, steadfast in their desire to stuff shelves to maximum capacity. They're not looking to stop hoa...
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When you read them out loud, you are almost singing, and there is undoubtedly something joyful in that.
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The sadness we hear in music, literature and film is strangely irresistible.
Nursery rhymes contain a uniquely misogynistic, patriarchal, Anglo-centric and monarchist view of the world.
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It would be a terrible shame to lose the opportunity to visit physical bookstores, whatever form they might take.
I read because of the way it makes my world a bigger, more complex and exciting one.
Every reader brings their own biases, moods and habits to the story.
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For readers, commuting offers that most elusive of luxuries -- free time.
The stores are as captivating as the books themselves.