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January 10, 2005

In defense of the spoken word.

Books on tape have always felt like, well, cheating to me. I mean, smart people read, right? Dumb people buy tapes of books to save themselves the effort, right?

Right?

Well, here's a college professor who makes a powerful claim that it is the spoken word that drew him to literature in the first place.

Posted by Dan at January 10, 2005 07:51 PM

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Silly people. Books on tape are for listening to in the car, during the commute to and from work. I mean, why waste such an amount of time without reading a book? When I get home or at lunch, I dig back in whichever paper book I have at hand.

Posted by: Barry at January 11, 2005 01:45 PM

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