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For centuries, Europeans who could read did so aloud.

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Harari finishes off strong with brilliant insight into what the future has in store for the human race and what we might become.

I felt very, very stupid among my new sophisticated New York friends.

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Do I outline? A headspace I trusted to tell my story. This is my book. Is it a real place or an imaginary one? She mentions how some books were available on the computer, with no conception of how widespread e-readers and smart phones and tablets and wifi will eventually be.

What other kinds of literacies are there?

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Shocking readers immediately with a jarring moment, visual, or confession will get them excited to read on. Do you have any tips for me as I embark on this journey? Or do I just sit down and start with whatever comes out? This is not going to be a cheerful novel, he telegraphs. Just to try? Audio books are the hack of the century for reading more. The fear goes back to the Ancient Greeks, when they worried that poetry would die once people started writing things down, because poetry was an oral tradition. It is a slim book, only 70 pages of prose and then a few lists of favorite I have a fondness for books about books. Slaughter House 5 is probably my favorite book of all time.

She praises a kind woman from her childhood who shared books with her when Anna had started to outgrow her school library. Where does it come from? I nodded in agreement when Anna mentioned how many times other people made her feel weird for preferring to stay home and read.

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Where are you? Step 4: Create a to-do list and use helpful tools At the beginning, I was using Evernote to create a new note for every memory. This is a thoughtful collection of essays by Anna Quindlen on various topics about books and reading. Related Resources. I found the empty time in my schedule. I took it story by story, memory by memory. Silent reading by the late 19th century was so popular that people worried that women in particular, reading alone in bed , were prone to sexy, dangerous thoughts.

I blushed.

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What's Your Reading History? Reflecting on the Self as Reader