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Collaborate with William Shakespeare & Emily Dickinson Online - Posted March 15, 2013
  In a special Google Docs demonstration online, you can collaborate on a story with Charles Dickens, Friedrich Nietzsche, William Sh... [GalleyCat]

Settlement Approved Between DOJ & Three Publishers - Posted September 6, 2012
U.S. District Court judge Denise Cote has approved the eBook settlement struck between Hachette Book Group, Simon & Schuster and HarperCollins and the Department... [GalleyCat]

Possible Emily Dickinson Daguerreotype at Amherst College - Posted September 5, 2012
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections has a copy of a 19th Century daguerreotype that could be the second photograph in existence of Emily Dickinson as an adult. We've emb... [GalleyCat]

Lewis Carroll Reads 'Jabberwocky' - Posted April 28, 2011
In honor of National Poetry Month, we dug up an animated video of children's author Lewis Carroll reading his poem, "Jabberwocky." The poem originated in Carroll's novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. The ... [semanticweb.com]

Lewis Carroll Reads 'Jabberwocky' - Posted April 28, 2011
In honor of National Poetry Month, we dug up an animated video of children's author Lewis Carroll reading his poem, "Jabberwocky." The poem originated in Carroll's novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. The ... [GalleyCat]

Bill Murray Reads Poetry to Manhattan Construction Workers - Posted April 30, 2010
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The Everyman's Library Turns 100 - Posted January 9, 2007
The Wall Street Journal's Tom Nolan focuses attention on the centenary of the Everyman's Library, founded in 1906 by bookbinder-turned-publisher Joseph Malaby Dent to preserve great works of literature. The books found a fan in Knopf... [GalleyCat]

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