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The Future Of Magazines, Internet Real Estate, 'The Book Thief'

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The Future Of Magazines, Internet Real Estate, 'The Book Thief'

The Future Of Magazines, Internet Real Estate, 'The Book Thief'

The Future Of Magazines, Internet Real Estate, 'The Book Thief'

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Sophie Nelisse says years of training as a gymnast taught her to focus in ways that helped her acting on the set of The Book Thief. Jules Heath/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Sophie Nelisse says years of training as a gymnast taught her to focus in ways that helped her acting on the set of The Book Thief.

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This week on the podcast edition of All Things Considered, host Arun Rath explores the world of cyber real estate, hears from a publisher trying to revive his dying industry, and learns about J. J. Abrams latest project — no, it is not set in space.

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