Saturday Morning LitLinks

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It sounds as if the stage adaptation for Hilary Mantel’s WOLF HALL is going to be very good. (The Guardian)

What is a poem, asks (The Atlantic)

Some writers give thanks for a selection of wonderful photographs. (The New Yorker)

For durability, book are still the best way to store information. (Salon)

… and 62% of readers in the UK still prefer paper books to ebooks. (GalleyCat)

The New York Times unfurls its list of notable books for 2013. (The New York Times)

Editor, Peter Kaplan, has died. He was 59 years old. Rest in peace. (Gawker)

“On this day in 1667, Jonathan Swift was born in Dublin. The exact location seems pregnant with significance: a few blocks this way was St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where Swift would be Dean; much closer that way, almost his backyard, was Dublin Castle, representing the Englishness he would both covet and skewer; the specific address, his uncle’s home at 7 Hoey’s Court, almost perfect for perhaps the most famous scoffer in literature….” (Today In Literature)

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