Yielded Secrets

One of the wonderful things about books is that they don't grow agitated or dismissive. They patiently bear all the scrutiny you choose to give them, and the more carefully you read them the more of their secrets they yield.
–Alan Jacobs, The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction, 53.
Alan Jacobs
December 20, 2011


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