And a Mark Twain Beer Stein in a Pear Tree: Gifts for Literature Lovers

The been-there-read-that bookworm in your life could always use a Great Gatsby sweatshirt, right?

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Buying holiday gifts for anyone can be hard, but when you're shopping for a book nerd, you face a particular dilemma: Of course, you want to give them a great book, but as far as you can tell they've read just about everything, so you're a little stuck. Luckily, there are lots of fun presents out there that any lit geek would love to have, even if he or she can't actually read them.

Below, get some ideas from our bookish gift guide, and share what you're giving to your dearly beloved novel addict in the comments.

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Emily Temple is an editor at Flavorpill.

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