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September 08, 2021

In this issue, we have some great "beyond the book" articles for literature lovers. Accompanying the review for Sally Rooney's much-anticipated Beautiful World, Where Are You, we take you on a tour through Literary Dublin, checking out the city's bookshops and landmarks made famous through references in literature. We also cover Kristen Radtke's Seek You, a graphic work of nonfiction exploring ...

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