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Karl Ove Knausgaard set the literary world on fire with his six-volume novel, "My Struggle." His new book is a meditation on life, time and family.

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Since the 1985 publication of “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat," neurologist Oliver Sacks has been enlightening readers with sharply observed, generously humane medical case studies. In his latest book, "On the Move: A Life," Sacks presents an extended study of the patient he knows best: himself.

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After it emerged that entire sections of George W. Bush's new memoir, "Decision Points," were plagiarized from books by former aides, The Borowitz Report asked our followers on Twitter to come up with the best plagiarized first line for the book.

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When a high-profile politician is in office, self-disclosure comes at too high a price, however carefully orchestrated it might be. But now that Blair has left 10 Downing Street, the former British prime minister is telling his story—and trying to protect his legacy—in a new memoir.Now that the former British prime minister has left 10 Downing Street, he's telling his story—and trying to protect his legacy—in a new memoir.

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The former British prime minister's fall from boy wonder to lapdog caricature has a lot to do with George W. Bush and their shared Iraq adventure. In his new autobiography, normally the place for reflection and re-evaluation, Blair defends both his relationship with the American president and the mess in Mesopotamia.

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Americans have always preferred Laura Bush to her husband, and now Scribner, an imprint of a division of a subsidiary of Sumner Redstone's National Amusements, is hoping to capitalize on that appeal with an "intimate" new memoir set for 2010 release. There's no telling how much the better Bush is getting paid, but "millions" is a safe bet. Update after the jump.

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