> The Things You Can Read: Meryl Streep's 10 Best Literary Roles

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Friday, September 27, 2013

Meryl Streep's 10 Best Literary Roles

According to BookRiot the news that Meryl Streep will be playing the Chief Elder in Jeff Bridges' upcoming film version of The Giver made one blogger think about this Academy Award winning actresses body of work as it connects with literature.  So what are her other standout literary roles?  Well, click on over to BookRiot to see one writers TOP 10 favorite literary roles tackled by Meryl Streep.
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