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Bookishness Loving Books in a Digital Age Literature NowBooks in contemporary culture Books can represent shelter fromor a weapon againstthe dangers of the digital they can act as memorials and express a sense of loss Examining the works of writers such as Jonathan Safran Foer Jennifer Egan Mark Z Danielewski and Leanne Shapton Pressman illuminates the status of the book as a fetish object and its significance for understanding contemporary fakery Bringing together media studies book history and literary criticism Bookishness explains how books still give meaning to our lives in a digital ag.