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I’ve just signed up to Blog A Penguin Classic, where all 1400 or so books on the Penguin Classics list are up for review. If you’re quick, they send you one of them, you write about it, and people can then comment on your review. The book they’re sending me is Life is a Dream, […]



the photographer Cara Barer makes images of books as objects in a state of flux, raising questions about their possible obsolescence as repositories of knowledge. But as you look at these worn pages that flicker before you, scrolling into folds and curlicues, or forming into dense impacted masses, they begin to seem like living things, […]