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The Art Of The Everyday: The Alchemy Of Anne Tyler

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Growing Up, From Utopia To Reality In 'Arcadia'

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Jodi Picoult Turns Tough Topics Into Best-Sellers

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Apple Warned About E-Book Price Fixing

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Spurred By Success, Publishers Look For The Next 'Hunger Games'

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At Last, They See: E-Books 'Democratize' Publishing

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Publishers And Booksellers See A 'Predatory' Amazon

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Barnes & Noble Explores Separating Nook Business

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Tourtiere is "one of Canada's better contributions to the culinary world," says Thomas Naylor, executive chef to the Canadian ambassador to the U.S. Larry Crowe/AP hide caption

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Tourtiere: A French-Canadian Twist On Christmas Pie

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The Enduring Popularity Of Sherlock Holmes

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Conversation Starters: 2011's Top 5 Book Club Picks

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2011 National Book Award Winners Announced

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Kindle Offers Lending Library To Customers

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Shirley Mason was the psychiatric patient whose life was portrayed in the 1973 book Sybil. The book and subsequent film caused an enormous spike in reported cases of multiple personality disorder. Mason later admitted she had faked her multiple personalities.

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Real 'Sybil' Admits Multiple Personalities Were Fake

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'Catch-22': A Paradox Turns 50 And Still Rings True

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