Despite the growing popularity of books about reading, the number of modern titles available is sparse, and often the material in them is contrived (the author decides to read some books just to write a book about them). But Newark's journals represent the completely spontaneous reactions to books that is found almost nowhere else. Each entry incorporates the reading experience with everyday life to show how completely the two are related. A glorious tribute to the reader, these journals reveal the depths of personal, psychological, and philosophical musings that couldn't exist without books. (299 Pages)
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The Reading Journals Volume One: 1993-2008
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