How to Read a Book

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No one reads all kinds of books the same way. 'How to Read a Book' is a guide to reading comprehension for the general reader. The author provides help in understanding how to read literature, history, poetry and fiction to name a few of the various types of reading discussed.

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Eos3011

Nov 3, 2011

Paradox resolved

It is a paradox that one not knowing how to read a book could not start reading this book. Those of us who can read a book find here that there is more to such reading than we had imagined. Two kinds of reading are possible, integral and "syntopic" (sic), that is, reading a single book analytically from cover to cover, and reading several books with a single topic in mind based on some personal theme. Read this book to resolve this paradox for yourself.

TW

Feb 3, 2011

Terrific Book

Excellent for any reader...students especially. Old timers can also benefit. Part of our home school curriculum.

Judle

Feb 4, 2010

chock full

This book is chock full of helpful insights to reading and getting the most out of various types of books. Worth the effort.

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