Joel Stein writes:
I know reading is hard. I try to avoid it whenever possible. But if I'm going to sit down and read a book, I'm going to get something out of it other than the ability to have a conversation with my second wife, who isn't even born yet. I'm sorry you were born too late [sic] for J.K. Rowling, but you had your C.S. Lewis and E.B. White and J.R.R. Tolkien.
Isn't it a clue that you should be ashamed of reading these books past puberty when the adults who write them are hiding their first names?
A culture that simplifies its entertainment down to fairy tales is doomed to simplify the world down to good and evil.
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