Morning Bites: Bret Easton Ellis Makes Monsters, Orhan Pamuk, Dickens in Baltimore, Park Slope Library, Alcott’s Tunes and More

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The library reopens in Park Slope!

Post-David Foster Wallace Twitter rants Bret Easton Ellis moves on to writing a television show called Copeland Prep, which “will center around a competitive school that turns its students into monsters.”

Kathleen Alcott gives Largehearted Boy her Book Notes for The Dangers of Proximal Alphabets.

Laura Miller argues why The Wire is not like a Dickens novel at Salon.

Shaj Matthew at The New Inquiry on Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence.

Harold Pinter doing Samuel Beckett.

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