What Authors Read in Their Spare Time
We asked some of the most celebrated authors in America what they read in the doctor's office or in the line for carpool—any time they have a short, unexpected window of free time.
Original Content | March 25, 2013
"The Oxford English Dictionary, though each of its 20 volumes is heavy, so I sometimes photocopy a page or two to read for fun."
— Oliver Sacks, author of Hallucinations
Printed from Oprah.com on Saturday, March 8, 2014
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