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Harvard to Publish Liu Xiaobo in English, World Book Night, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.03.10

A volume of Liu Xiaobo's writing will be published in English for the first time; the World Book Night initiative launches in Ireland and the U.K.; the most read man in the world; Paul Thomas Anderson may adapt Pynchon's Inherent Vice; and other news.

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Hanukkah Stories From NPR, Lisbeth Salander Hits the Boards, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.02.10

Hanukkah stories from NPR; The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo gets a stage adaptation in Denmark; information overload dates back to Gutenberg; Cape Town launches a literary festival; and other news.

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Google Editions to Launch This Year, God to Publish Memoir, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.01.10

Google Editions may launch before New Year's; God is set to publish a memoir with Simon & Schuster; an Australian author sues a critic over a negative review; buy the name of a fictional character in your favorite author's next book; and other news.

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MFA Student to Host Oscars, India Opens Case Against Arundhati Roy, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.30.10

James Franco will host the Oscars with Anne Hathaway; the winner of the Bad Sex in Fiction Award; Penguin brings its classics to Arabic-speaking countries; Arundhati Roy faces more controversy in India; and other news.

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Nabokov's Love Letters, a Distinct MFA Literary Culture, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.29.10

One hundred notable books of 2010 from the New York Times; the AAWW starts a New York City neighborhood blog; MFA debates—Victorian and contemporary; the love letters of Vladimir Nabokov; and other news.

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Sex Advice From Poets, Platform 9 3/4 Appears in New York City, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.23.10

Sex advice from poets; Harry Potter's fictional train platform, 9 3/4, appears at a New York City subway station; the Kindle versus the Color Nook; the current state of e-readers in Africa; and other news.

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