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Alex Beam

The dope on prolific writers

By Alex Beam
Globe Columnist / August 31, 2004

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I was visiting the Berkshires earlier this summer when Simon Winchester's name came up. Winchester has a house out there, and his local acolytes sing his praises. This is, after all, a man not much older than myself who has written more than a dozen well-reviewed books, at least one of which -- "The Professor and the Madman" -- was ... (Full Article: 711 Words)

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