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  • Thrillers go for head, heart, glands, and mind, but above all they are gripping stories, and that's anathema to literatti who believe novels in which a lot happens are sound and fury, signifying nothing.

    William Dietrich: 100 Thriller Must Reads

  • And yet for encouragement and comraderie, she depended on Zukiofsky, the epitome of a NY literatti, engaged in defining poetry and reputations – the recluse and the schmoozer were indispenable to each other.

    The End of History : Kenneth Goldsmith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • A controversial biography revives interest for a while among the literatti if not the general public.

    When is a Writer Like a Lava Lamp?

  • Interloper you ignorant sl#t how is that you can even claim to be part of the literatti by such drivel?

    The American Spectator

  • But for every blog-literatti, there are 4 other people who prefer phones, books, or good old fashioned face-to-face.

    Espíritu Emprendedor

  • But for every blog-literatti, there are 4 other people who will always prefer phones, books, or good old fashioned face-to-face as ways of gaining information (news entertainment and all the rest).

    Espíritu Emprendedor

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