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5 of the Worst Romantic Match-Ups in Literature

By Alexandra Israel, Publicist   Confession: I’ve been on a Thomas Hardy kick. I recently finished Tess of the D’Urbervilles, and now I’ve begun reading Jude The Obscure. What inspired this blog post was thinking about Hardy’s match-up of characters – he likes … Continue reading

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6 Unforgettable Literary Pranksters

By Anna Patrick, Associate Digital Publicist The web has been rife with April Fools’ pranks today – it’s hard to know what news information you can trust! While viral social media pranks have been the talk of the day, we … Continue reading

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15 of the Most Memorable First Sentences In Literature

  photo credit By Johanna Dickson, digital publicist The best opening book lines stay with you long after you’ve finished. They immediately draw you into the story. You re-read them, write them down, or repeat them to others. The great … Continue reading

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