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Publishing Is Burning Bright

Posted at 7:38AM Thursday 09 Aug 2012

As EL James's Fifty Shades of Grey becomes the bestselling title in British history, now is a good moment to pause and reflect on the magnificent achievement that is the "book" in all its formats – hardback, paperback and, of course, ebook.

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