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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Reclusive Authors

According to the NY Times, the famously reclusive Harper Lee came out and signed books a few days ago in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at an awards ceremony for an essay contest on the subject of To Kill a Mockingbird.

So, where's Thomas Pynchon? Or J.D. Salinger? When are they coming out of the woodworks?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Due to this made available virtual strategy the content of the text for certain time in his site, got the public's attention for C.S Scriblerius, that as writer very a little is known, maybe, due to the implications of the theme described in the reproduction of this manuscript prefaced by the stranger author.O content "Percyfaw Code",is a type of the magician's spy Magister MaskMelin secret dossier.

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