Book of Wonders

David Gibson was runner-up in this week’s national Scrabble tourney. This is one page–and how many hours of study?–in his Scrabble dictionary.

The paperback edition of the dictionary is 674 pages long.

(The photo was tweeted by Peter Sokolowski and linked in this Slate article about the Scrabble tournament, by Stefan Fatsis.)

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