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Category Archives: The Reading Life
Independence Day, July 4th, 1845: Henry David Thoreau (HDT) moves to his cabin on Walden Pond. Occasionally, Independence Day passes without my remembrance of Thoreau’s great experiment, but most of the time in early July I recall the event. The Christian … Continue reading
The photos of people reading in London after WWII bombing blitz. Making the best of a bad situation. I wonder what books they are reading?
Reading– the key that unlocks the door to the rest of the world.
Some books pass through your mind like wind through a desert with no effect. Other books, The Citadel included, enter the mind and heart and stay with permanent effects.