Slow Reading in a Hurried Age

Monday, December 23, 2013

In the age of computers and smartphones we skim and glance at whatever catches our eye and then move on. David Mikics talks about the importance and joy of really reading, of giving your full attention to writing and good books. Slow Reading in a Hurried Age is a practical guide for anyone who yearns for a more meaningful and satisfying reading experience.


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Comments [2]


"So Freedom app is just another word for nothing left to choose?" Leonard please know that I basically just died from that line.

Dec. 23 2013 01:49 PM

"Freedom App's another word for nothing left to choose?" LL

Your quote needed to be put into text for search engines & future reading.

Dec. 23 2013 01:49 PM

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