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Pliny The Elder & His Nephew: “There Never Was A Book So Bad…”

Pliny the Elder, a man who died in the eruption of Vesuvius, left behind a rich literary legacy that has lasted across the centuries of recorded time. The quote which is the title of this post comes from him. We … Continue reading

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Why Listen to a Book? Listening to an audiobook versus reading a book: Which would you prefer?

The question is an interesting one, both questions, in fact. The answers are just as equally interesting as the questions: Rachelle Gould-Harris writes: “Audio, because it frees me up to do other things while I listen.” Anne Cerstvik Nolan writes: … Continue reading

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