<strong>Consider the blurb</strong>. What began with a note from Emerson to Whitman has become pervasive &mdash; even though there's little evidence that blurbs sell any books

Consider the blurb. What began with a note from Emerson to Whitman has become pervasive &amp;mdash; even though there&#39;s little evidence that blurbs sell any
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Consider the blurb. What began with a note from Emerson to Whitman has become pervasive — even though there's little evidence that blurbs sell any books

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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