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Daniel E. Pritchard

It's helpful in these discussions to keep in mind that the book form — especially the modern book / novel length and format — was a product of the way people lived, of the pace of life and amount of free time. More books will probably develop into having shorter sections as a reflection of the pace of life, although prescribing such a thing is foolish.

Lila M.

I, myself, choose to read a book rather than to be seduced by electronic media. Maybe I am old fashioned but I cannot compare the feeling and knowledge I get after I finish reading an excellent book to watching a tv show.

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