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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos holds a Kindle e-book reader. The Kindle leads the market in sales of electronic readers. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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The National Book Award Winners for 2009 include (from left) Phillip Hoose (young people's literature); T.J. Stiles (nonfiction); Colum McCann (fiction); and Keith Waldrop (poetry). Associated Press hide caption

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From Kingsolver, The Fiction Of A Split Psyche

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Germany's Mueller Wins Literature Nobel

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Pooh Faithful Return To The Hundred Acre Wood

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For Pete Dexter, Fiction Provides A Happy Ending

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