Tuesday Morning LitLinks

A Brit examines Thanksgiving via the writings of Willa Cather. (The Telegraph)

Read any good books this year? The New York Times posts its 100 Notable Books of 2011. (The New York Times)

While The Telegraph lines up its favorite memoirs of the year. (The Telegraph)

Two writers make Life Magazine’s compilation of its 75 best photos: Papa Hemingway kicking a can, and this dramatic shot of Russian dissident, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, demonstrating how freedom feels. (Life)

Penguin rethinks allowing libraries to lend its ebooks. (Forbes)

For bedtime stories and cuddle time, parents prefer paper books. (Time)

Here’s the appetizer, if you’re up for a book-banquet of Michele Bachman’s opinions. (The Daily Beast)

Have a recap, thus far, of author Michael Lewis’ perspective and his achievements. (The LA Times)

Keith Ablow, M.D., as is his best-selling habit, analyzes a criminal from afar. This time, it’s Casey Anthony. (MSNBC)

“On this day in 1962 a bi-alphabetic version of George Bernard Shaw’s Androcles and the Lion was published in England, as directed by the terms of Shaw’s will…” (Today in Literature)

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