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  • s  marked by lack of affectation or pedantry

  • Nowadays, the most successful editors are often nonliterary chaps with a well-developed knack for betting right on the question: What will the most readers buy?.
  • This biography aims "to trace in detail Mark Twain's career as a writing man, passing over lightly or ignoring, his multifarious nonliterary doings.
  • Such nonliterary affairs as archaeology, space, education, psychiatry, travel and even car racing (in 1963 it commissioned an article, Speed and Women, by Stirling Moss) now .

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