While many more copies of bestselling books are sold today than 25 years ago, a new study said, it has become difficult for critically acclaimed tomes to achieve bestseller status.

In 1975, two books that were hailed by reviewers and editors as worthy of plaudits such as the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award also made that year’s list of bestsellers. None made the 2000 list, though some appeared on weekly rankings of top sellers, according to the study, which was released last night.

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