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Reading a handwritten article about handwriting, in a 21st-century magazine, is like listening to your great-great-grandfather shout in the middle of a crowded multiplex about the incomparable glories of vaudeville and the lost art of wearing hats in public. And yet, somehow, here we are. Certain vestigial urges have been awakened, deep in the muscles of my fingers and wrists, by Script & Scribble, Kitty Burns Florey’s paean to the now nearly defunct barbarism of dragging ink trails across paper. (I’ve switched to print, for the reasons we always end up switching to print: My handwriting, set against a neat field of type, looks like a giant mess of alien runes, and my keyboard-weakened fingers tend to cramp up after a couple of sentences.) Florey, a nun-educated “scriptomaniac,” lovingly traces the history of handwriting, from its ancient birth to its imminent demise. Script & Scribble: The Rise and Fall of Handwriting -- New York Magazine Book Review Script & Scribble: The Rise and Fall of Handwriting -- New York Magazine Book Review
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Book Examiner: The top 20 most annoying book reviewer cliches and how to use them all in one meaningless review Book Examiner: The top 20 most annoying book reviewer cliches and how to use them all in one meaningless review In 1984, George Orwell created newspeak, a language "whose vocabulary gets smaller every year." While newspeak exists only in fiction (or does it....?) an even more pervasive, destructive language-killer has infiltrated the newspapers, news sites, and literary blogs of the world -- reviewerspeak. The purpose of reviewerspeak is to force every free-thinking book, movie, and art reviewer into the submissive parroting of only a handful of approved reviewer words to describe any item that may come their way. 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.
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Found in Books Found in Books People have found teeth, money, and bacon inside their books. Be careful what you use as a bookmark. Thousands of dollars, a Christmas card signed by Frank Baum, a Mickey Mantle rookie baseball card, a marriage certificate from 1879, a baby’s tooth, a diamond ring and a handwritten poem by Irish writer Katharine Tynan Hickson are just some of the stranger objects discovered inside books by AbeBooks.com booksellers. I recently opened a secondhand book and an airline boarding pass from Liberia in west Africa to Fort Worth, Texas, fell to the floor. Was there a story behind this little slip of paper? Was someone fleeing from a country ravaged by two civil wars since 1989?
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Ever wondered which post of mine is the all-time most popular post? Yeah, me neither. But over time as I checked out my stats, it didn't take very long for me to figure it out, whether I wanted to or not. BookLust: Punctuation is Sexy, Too BookLust: Punctuation is Sexy, Too
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Literature Pick of the Week: Hansel and Grethel - The Grimm Brothers Hard by a great forest dwelt a poor wood-cutter with his wife and his two children. Paper Portitude - The Library of Classic Literature
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