Morning Book Links: A Border's Autopsy and an OWS Reading of 'Bartleby'

”]xyhuz Morning Book Links: A Border's Autopsy and an OWS Reading of 'Bartleby'How did Border’s die? “When Borders declared bankruptcy in February, more than 200 of its 400 outlets were still ‘highly profitable,’ says its final chief executive officer, Mike Edwards.” [BusinessWeek]

Martin Amis’s biography might be badly written, but this review is excellent. [FT]

More thoughts on Q.R. Markham. Is it pastiche? A collage? Or plagiarism? [New Yorker]

Morris Philipson, who directed the University of Chicago Press for 30 years, has died. [Chicago Tribune]

Howard Suber, the UCLA professor who had his research lifted by Pauline Kael, compares the experience to rape. [The Wrap]

A reading of Melville’s Bartleby at Occupy Wall Street yesterday. [McNally Jackson]

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