Book Essay - Winter 2014

The Novels Don’t Change, But We Do

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Rereading those works that matter to us proves that books read us even as we read them

By Wendy Smith | December 6, 2013
Photoillustration by David Herbick
Photoillustration by David Herbick

Rereading those works that matter to us proves that books read us even as we read them

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