Lynn Neary Lynn Neary is an NPR arts correspondent covering books and publishing.
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What Oprah's Endorsement Means for Obama
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Reading Study Shows Remarkable Decline in U.S.
Politics Center Stage at National Book Awards
Norman Mailer, Author and Social Critic, Dies at 84
U.S. Aims to Cut Iran from World Financial System
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'War and Peace' Sparks a Literary Skirmish
Literature Nobel Awarded to Writer Doris Lessing
British Writer Lessing Wins Nobel Prize for Literature
Odds Makers Bet on Nobel Prize for Literature
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