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In reading a novel, any novel, we have to know perfectly well that the whole thing is nonsense, and then, while reading, believe every word of it. Finally, when we’re done with it, we may find - if it’s a good novel - that we’re a bit different from what we were before we read it, that we have changed a little… But it’s very hard to say just what we learned, how we were changed.
YOU OTHER READERS CAN’T DENY
WHEN A BOOK WALKS IN WITH A GOOD PLOT BASE
AND A BIG SPINE IN YOUR FACE YOU GET SPRUNG
WANNA PULL OUT YOUR PENS
‘CAUSE YOU NOTICED THAT BOOK WAS DENSE
READING, HALF-RIMS I’M WEARING
I’M HOOKED AND I AIN’T CARING
OH BABY I WANT AN E-READER
AND A MEANINGFUL METER
MY TEACHERS TRIED TO TRAIN ME
THAT BOOK YOU GOT MAKES ME SO BRAINY
OH MY GOD.
I’m finally finished with my redesigns of John Green’s books! I made them as a personal project, just for fun, and to have in my portfolio.
London-based design studio Levitate created this innovative staircase for the bibliophile who is short on space. The staircase doubles as a bookshelf, which can hold about 2,000 books. The steps also make a perfect place to sit and read, and the skylight provides great natural light to read by.
Author: Junot Diaz
A new book by Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of ‘The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao’. This Is How You Lose Her includes nine stories. In the focus of the stories is Yunior, a young man with macho attitudes but also with the longing desire to be loved.