A book that used no E; a book that only uses E.

 

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In an apparent attempt to rebut Ernest Vincent Wright’s 1939 “Gadsby,” a novel written without a single use of the letter “e,” the authors of EEEE EEEE have written a book consisting entirely of the single letter. You can’t help but be on Wright’s side, especially if you hit the “Look Inside” to see that, yes, it’s just the letter “e,” for 540 pages.








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