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Ever wanted to know how good (or bad) Joyce Carol Oates is in bed? Or the meaning behind the works of Nora Roberts? Or perhaps who would win in a bar fight: Michael Chabon, Jonathan Franzen, or Anne Rice? If these are the type questions you ask while you read, we might not answer them, but it's a start. You Fight Like Anne Rice is a literary blog of the new kind, prying into the hidden joys and pains of reading and its literary culture. If not, it's always fun to see where those college literature classes and a bottle of tequila will take you.
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