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    Benjamin Percy, owner of the most distinct voice in literature, reads Goodnight Moon.

    Emily Temple

    October 30, 2019, 11:15am

    On this All Hallow’s Eve eve, let Benjamin Percy, who has the most notable voice in American letters (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, smash that play button), lull you to sleep with a reading of the surprisingly controversial classic children’s book Goodnight Moon, which he posted on Twitter today.

    You’re welcome. And not for nothing, but Benjamin Percy will be reading scary stories on Fiction/Non/Fiction tomorrow, for Halloween—check this space!

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