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Is There Any Consistent Relationship Between A Book's Quality And Its Sales?

Posted at 8:41AM Monday 21 Jul 2014

Is there any consistent relationship between a book's quality and its sales? Or again between the press and critics' response to a work and its sales? Are these relationships stable over time or do they change?

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