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Literary Catchphrases; Awesomely Designed Books

"Bah! Humbug!" may be the most seasonally appropriate one, but Flavorwire highlighted several of the "greatest literary catchphrases."

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"You never leave home without a book" is just one of the stereotypes about book lovers that "are absolutely true, and that's a good thing," the Huffington Post reported.

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Print lives! Buzzfeed showcased "19 awesomely designed books from 2013 that prove print isn't dead."

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There's Waldo! "Impress your friends and humiliate your children using Slate's foolproof strategy" for finding Waldo using a handy map exploiting the fact that "all people--even people who make a living hiding cartoon men in cartoon landscapes--have tendencies, be they conscious and unconscious."

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What's the perfect beverage to store "somewhere near the Game of Thrones beer and Pitt-Jolie rosé"? How about Downton Abbey's official Bordeaux collection, Vanity Fair reported.

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Anakana Schofield, author of Malarky, chose her "top 10 unsinkable characters in literature" from "the best books about--and by--those who oppose their seas of trouble."