#SlowReads: Atlantic Readers Share Their Favorite Slow Books

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This week, author Maura Kelly made the case for a return to "slow books," those works that "took some time to write and will take some time to read, but will also stay with us longer than anything else." We asked our Atlantic community on Twitter to share their favorite slow books with the tag #slowreads.



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Jared Keller is a former associate editor for The Atlantic and The Atlantic Wire and has also written for Lapham's Quarterly's Deja Vu blog, National Journal's The Hotline, Boston's Weekly Dig, and Preservation magazine. 

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