On Slow Reading . . .

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Slow Reading in an Hurried Age“As you develop your skills at slow reading, you will want to stop at as many signposts as you can, to carefully absorb the details of your book.

Going at a deliberate pace, you will be ready to consider the book’s central images, the knots that tie together the various strands that run through its pages.

The web woven by such threads cn be a nightmarish one.”

David Mikics, Slow Reading in an Hurried Age (102) 

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