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The New York Review of Books considers Margaret Drabble’s The Pure Gold Baby in light of the author’s body of work.

‘To privilege the book as reading, though—to forget that it is a technology—is analogous to forgetting one has a body (something lit types are also wont to do), and to forget one has a body is to let it soften and lay to waste. When you recognize the book as technology, you realize that print and screen, like body and mind, are not mutually exclusive mediums, but that they are increasingly mutually influencing.’ Fiona Duncan on the modern evolution of reading.

The 5 best examples of punctuation in literature.