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A Reading Life

Ratcheting down the suspense

By Katherine A. Powers
July 27, 2008

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The reading person's crimes are not many outside of mutilating or damaging books and not returning them to their owners. Well, there is also an act, a sin rather than a crime, which I used to consider thoroughly dissolute but which now, hardened by the rigors of professional reading, I commit regularly. I refer to looking ahead to see how ... (Full article: 1101 words)

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