THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Closing store has them at loss for words

By Jack Thomas
Globe Staff / December 1, 2004

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Late in the afternoon of the final day, as a cold darkness settled over Harvard Square, inside WordsWorth Books the stacks had been stripped of the great works of English literature. Gone were the biographies, travelogues, essays, and novels, some new and some centuries old, and along the shelves that once were lined with books on art, food, politics, and ... (Full article: 1790 words)

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