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What creates rythm in texts in general, and books in particular? Punctuation, of course! The little commas, periods, semi-columns, and their other friends,

Posters made with the punctuation extracted from novels

What creates rythm in texts in general, and books in particular? Punctuation, of course!

Exploring the punctuation in literary classics $27.80 / 24" × 36" View all posters »

Web designer Nicholas Rougeux has been stripping literary classics of their words and turning them into spiral maps for his project Between the Words. He explores the ‘visual rhythm of punctuation’ by removing everything else

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15 Books You’ll Wish You Read Sooner | A great read can be transformative—and may even change the way you think about your life. These books, chosen by RS staffers, are so powerful, you'll want to read them again—and share them with your friends.

15 Books You’ll Wish You Read Sooner

‘Dietland,’ by Sarai Walker: A woman whose life is focused weight loss finds herself drawn into a guerrilla group avenging those who would shame and exploit her.

Recommended by Sarah Addison Allen

Born with wings, Ava is mistaken for an angel. The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye J.

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Francis Newton (the great British marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm, moonlighting): The Jazz Scene, Penguin, Cover by Alan Fletcher. The current edition is from Faber & Faber.

"Wuthering Heights" by Emily Brontë

'Life In Five Seconds:' Read 7 Classic Books In 35 Seconds

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