13 Ways to Overcome a Reading Slump
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13 Ways to Overcome a Reading Slump

Thirteen relatively easy, tried and true favorite ways to bridge that reading void. 1) Return to an old-favorite. There is a reason why we always feel like we are returning home again, use that nostalgia, excitement, and passion to get you back to being the reading machine you truly are! 2) Make an achievable goal.… Keep Reading

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Twain’s Letter About Edgar Allan Poe

To W. D. Howells, in New York:

Jan.  18, ’09.

Dear Howells,

I have to write a line, lazy as I am, to say how your Poe article delighted me; and to say that I am in agreement with substantially all you say about his literature. To me his prose is unreadable—like Jane Austin’s. No, there is a difference. I could read his prose on salary, but not Jane’s. Jane is entirely impossible. It seems a great pity that they allowed her to die a natural death.

Another thing: you grant that God and circumstances sinned against Poe, but you also grant that he sinned against himself—a thing which he couldn’t do and didn’t do.

It is lively up here now. I wish you could come.

Yrs ever,

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