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Our appreciation of printed books includes their value as cultural capital.
It was written out of fear and it will be read with fear.
Yet it was written with care and it will be read with care.
It is as brilliant, but of course known for all the wrong reasons.
Or maybe you just have an especially poor memory.
I think a hundred something pages of counterintuitive, seemingly clever arguments does not make the slightest contribution to knowledge.
The exception to the rule that the movie is always worse than the book.
Someone drew a smiley-face on the last page of my used copy of Silko’s “Ceremony,” which reads: “Sunrise, accept this offering, sunrise.” This kind of thing could never happen with digital books.
Ask the margins, aporias, and silences what this book means. If that fails, read surrounding commentaries, reviews, and summaries.
The only thing this critic could with it was shit on it.