With Kindle, Can You Tell It’s Proust?

To Some writers and editors, the Kindle is the ultimate bad idea whose time has come. Anne Fadiman, the author, was relieved to learn that her essay collection, “Ex Libris,” was not available on Kindle. “It would really be ironic if it were,” she said of the book, which evokes her abiding passion for books as objects.

“There’s a little box on Amazon that reads ‘Tell the publisher I’d like to read this book on Kindle,’ ” she said. “I hope no one tells the publisher.”

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Go Tell Amazon Now

I think it was a ploy by Fadiman to get her book on a Kindle. What is the one way of getting people to go do something - tell them not to do it.

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