The past decade (2001- 2010) in books has been defined by blockbuster franchises like Twilight and Harry Potter; as well as intellectual scuffles about the categorization of fiction (James Frey's "Memoir," Jonathan Franzen's reluctance to be included in Oprah's book club).
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