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Amy has long been vilified for burning one of Jo's manuscripts. But Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Little Women takes a more nuanced look at the youngest March sister, played here by Florence Pugh. Wilson Webb/CTMG/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Which March Sister Are You? The Latest 'Little Women' Makes It Hard To Decide

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'Little Women': Book Vs. Movie

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NPR's Book Concierge offers 350+ new books handpicked by NPR staff and critics — including Lynn Neary. Click here to find your next great read. NPR hide caption

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'Red At The Bone': 3 Generations, 2 Families, 1 Unforgettable Novel

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The Last Decade Has Been Tumultuous For The Publishing Industry

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Authors Celebrated At 70th Anniversary Of National Book Awards

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As of Friday, Macmillan Publishers Ltd. is drastically restricting the sales of eBooks to libraries. Andrius Aleksandravicius/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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You May Have To Wait To Borrow A New E-Book From The Library

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New Barnes & Noble CEO Started His Career As An Independent Bookseller

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Peter Handke, Olga Tokarczuk Win Nobel Prizes In Literature

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Nobel Committee To Release 2018 And 2019 Literature Prizes On Thursday

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Swedish Academy To Name 2 Nobel Laureates in Literature In 2019, After Missing 2018

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Zadie Smith Has An Eclectic Mix Of Short Stories In 'Grand Union'

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Renia Spiegel (left) and her younger sister, now known as Elizabeth Bellak, wade in the Dniester River around 1935. The photo can be seen on the cover of the published edition of Renia's Diary. Courtesy of Elizabeth Bellak/St. Martin's Press hide caption

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Renia Spiegel's Diary Survived The Holocaust. People Are Finally Reading It

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'The Secrets We Kept' Imagines What CIA Secretaries Knew

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Amazon Critics Angry Over Accidental Early Release Of Margaret Atwood Novel

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