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Anna Todd is adapting her One Direction fan fiction (featuring Harry Styles, pictured above) into a book series for Gallery, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. Charles Sykes//AP hide caption

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Rosamund Pike plays Amy Dunne, whose mysterious disappearance turns her husband into a murder suspect. Merrick Morton/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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" 'Have some wine,' the March Hare said in an encouraging tone. Alice looked all round the table, but there was nothing on it but tea." (Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll) Dinah Fried/Courtesy of Harper Design hide caption

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Father and sons walk through a dust storm in Cimarron County, Okla. (1936) Steinbeck writes: "The dust was evenly mixed with the air, an emulsion of dust and air. Houses were shut tight, and cloth wedged around doors and windows, but the dust came in so thinly that it could not be seen in the air, and it settled like pollen on the chairs and tables, on the dishes." Arthur Rothstein/Library of Congress hide caption

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A family prepares to leave Oklahoma for California in 1939, just as the Joads did in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Russell Lee/Library of Congress hide caption

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