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How Ought We to Read?

And by that question, How Ought We to Read? I wonder both what we owe to ourselves and to authors. Carolyn Moynihan of MercatorNet.com wrote, last week, [I] made a start on a small classic, One Day In the Life of Ivan … Continue reading

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Christmas Book Update: Thank You, Meredith!

Nothing ventured, nothing gained, as the saying goes. A little over a week ago I posted a quick roundup of books I’d gotten for Christmas. I closed with a reminder that I do not say “No” to books given to … Continue reading

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