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- Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader 3,196 copies, 145 reviews
- The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down 2,876 copies, 77 reviews
- At Large and At Small: Familiar Essays 675 copies, 28 reviews
- Rereadings (Editor) 467 copies, 11 reviews
- The Best American Essays 2003 (Editor; Introduction) 251 copies, 1 review
- The American Scholar Volume 72 No. 1 Winter 2003 (Volume) 5 copies
- The American Scholar: Volume 72, NO.2 Spring, 2003 3 copies
- The American Scholar, Winter 2001 (Vol. 70, No. 1) 2 copies
- The American Scholar: Volume 68, NO. 3 Summer, 1999 2 copies
- The American Scholar - Summer 2002 (Vol. 71 No. 3) 2 copies
- The American Scholar. Volume 68. No. 1., Winter 1999 2 copies
- the America Scholar 1 copy
- The American Scholar - Winter 2004 (Vol. 73 No. 1) 1 copy
- The American Scholar: Volume 68, No. 4; Autumn, 1999 1 copy
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Anne Fadiman is the daughter of Clifton Fadiman and World War II correspondent and author Annalee Jacoby Fadiman. She came to national attention with her 1997 award-winning book "The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down." Fadiman was a founding editor of the Library of Congress magazine Civilization, and was the editor of The American Scholar.
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