National Book Festival authors weigh the merits of e-readers
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National Book Festival authors weigh the merits of e-readers

Authors Scott Turow, Thomas Mallon, Mem Fox, Craig Robinson and more weigh the accessibility of e-books versus the charm of the printed word. (AJ Chavar/The Washington Post)

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