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Call it laziness, call it the incessant demands of the ever-wakeful internet, call it fear of the wrath of Harold Bloom, but reviewers -- particularly book reviewers -- spew out these same, tired old clichés with the force and regularity of Linda Blair in a scene from The Exorcist. The problem of reviewerspeak is not a new one. Top 10 Creepiest Tales of Edgar Allan Poe. Creepy Edgar Allan Poe.
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