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Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man," his first novel, is widely-considered one of the great works of modern literature. After it came out in 1952, Ellison wrote and wrote, and readers waited and waited, but a second novel never came. When he…
A roundup of art headlines.
To "e-read," or not to e-read? That was the question on the minds of publishers, authors and librarians gathered in New York City this weekend for the industry's massive annual trade show, BookExpo America.
Despite Amazon's unveiling of the latest version of its electronic reading device, the Kindle, to the delight of many bookworms Monday, it appears that bookshelves, libraries and backpacks have not been rendered obsolete -- at least not yet.
By PBS NewsHour
This week, horror writer Stephen King became the first best-selling author to publish a work exclusively in electronic format. First-day sales of "Riding the Bullet" surpassed first-day sales of all King's best-selling books on paper.
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