Wow! From OUP's web site: "A contemporary companion to Mortimer Adler's 1940 classic 'How to Read a Book'" Now that's an endorsement!
Nah, that's a publisher's blurb. We'll get the genuine endorsements later, I trust, once there are galleys to send around.
Will there be a kindle version?
Is the title meant to echo Robert Alter's The Pleasures of Reading in an Ideological Age, perchance?
I'm looking forward to it, especially since I first became interested in your work when I read A Theology of Reading. Congratulations!
Presumably there will be a Kindle version, though I don't know when it will be released. There are things in the book that would make it very ironic if there were not a Kindle version.As for the Alter title, I did not imitate it but I decided not to let the similarity alter my preference. Alter's book is a good one, though not actually much concerned with pleasure, oddly enough.Thanks to others for kind words!
Beautiful cover! You should commend the designer at OUP for it.
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