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20 Mai 2015 Lasă un comentariu
Every war since the printing press was invented — by the dreaded Gutenberg Killer –started because someone read something, or at least that sounds plausible enough given that I’m too frightened to try to read a history book. “War and Peace?” That’s the name of a book, I think. And I bet it’s mostly about the war part.
You heard the phrase “curiosity killed the cat?” It was curiosity about reading, I’m sure, even though cats claim they can’t even read! And “the pen is mightier than the sword?” That’s a pretty powerful statement about the danger lurking in the written word, to say nothing of the read word. How about “people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones?” They also shouldn’t throw books. But they can. And they almost certainly will! Besides, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” So who needs books, anyway?