The Lost Art of Reading: Books and Resistance in a Troubled Time
by David L. Ulin Author
It can be sad to see less and less people reading, and the rise of misinformation is just salt in the wound. David L. Ulin, an essayist, assistant professor, editor, and former LA Times book critic writes eloquently about how reading affects the way we can tell fact from fiction in our 24-hour news cycle. He argues that the act of reading not only keeps us involved in the world around us, but opens us up to broader perspectives and brings us closer to each other.
(This book may contain a small, black sharpie mark on the bottom edge, so that it can't be returned to a different wholesaler.)
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