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Q & A

 Learn the answers to the following questions:

• What is the rarest book in American literature?

• What does the most amazing personal library in the world look like?

• What is the most wicked Freudian slip in a book?

• What are the original titles of some of the most famous books in literature?

• What are some rare words that book lovers would truly relish?

• What makes a great teacher or a great mentor?

• What is the most important life lesson?

• How can college help you live a good life?

• What is the name of the painting on the cover of the first edition of The Great Gatsby?


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