"In the age of Twitter, the NSA and 24 hour news media, the concept of privacy has become rather quaint in some areas, particularly relating to celebrity. Even for the world of literature, hardly the most glamorous when compared to the old favourites of Hollywood, having a public profile has become the norm. Even Salman Rushdie, the man who spent a number of years in hiding, now has a Twitter account. The concept of the reclusive author has become more appealing and fascinating with time, so here are some of the more famous examples."
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