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A Theory of Love by Margaret Bradham Thornton

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The novel, which shifts third-person perspective between two lovers, reveals the impossibility of ever fully knowing someone when thoughts are inscrutable even to the people thinking them.

Round–Up: Mark Halperin, Colin Kaepernick, and Beverly Cleary

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From Colin Kaepernick's million-dollar book deal to Beverly Clearly going retro, we've rounded up the latest literary news.

Round-Up: Tolkien, Make Space, and Audible

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From a new Tolkien book to Audible’s grant program for playwrights, here’s the latest in literary news.

Round-Up: Lost H.P. Lovecraft manuscript, Yalc, and publishing changes for TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

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From a rediscovered H.P. Lovecraft manuscript to the discussion on how To Kill A Mockingbird will appear in classrooms, this is last week’s literary news: A long-lost H.P. Lovecraft manuscript has surfaced from a collection of memorabilia belonging to the late Harry Houdini. The collection was purchased by a private buyer who discovered

Round-Down: What You Should Know Going Into GO SET A WATCHMAN

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Today, July 14, is an auspicious day in literary news: Harper Lee’s much anticipated, and controversial, Go Set A Watchman is officially released across the world. An event for the record books–the title already broke the pre-order record held by the Harry Potter series and promises to break still