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First editions of all 93 Pulitzer Prize-winning works of fiction will be offered for sale at a New York auction next week.
Joyce Carol Oates had never written a book like this before.
"For a decade, from 1985 through the mid-1990s, comic book speculation reached its highest peak, something comic book dealers and collectors lament to this day," writes Jonathan Shipley in the December issue of Fine Books and Collections.
A literary agency's decision to publish e-editions of "Lolita," "Invisible Man" and other classics and sell them exclusively through Amazon.com received a mixed response from the Authors Guild, which represents thousands of published writers.
It's war between Random House Inc. and a top literacy agency.
Amazon.com said it has a deal giving it exclusive rights to sell some of the great works of 20th century literature in electronic format.