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Slow Reading Challenge: Aldous Huxley, part 3


Where does this leave us with slow reading and Huxley? Slow reading really does bring us closer to living, not so much living through the filter of someone else but re-living through relating: the more slowly and the more attentively we read, the more readily we recognize and relate and interact with the text as well as life. Continue reading

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Slow Reading Challenge: Aldous Huxley, part 2


The bread was stale, the sausage rather horsey and spiced with garlic; but Mr. Cardan, who had had no tea, ate with a relish. Still more appreciatively he drank. In a little while he felt a little more cheerful. Such … Continue reading

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Slow Reading Challenge: Aldous Huxley, part 1


Part III, Chapter Six, The Loves of the Parallels (italics = Huxley; non-italics = Inez) The sun had set. Against a pale green sky the blue and purple mountains lifted a jagged silhouette. Mr. Cardan found himself alone in the … Continue reading

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