Alan Jacobs Quotes

Top 7 wise famous quotes and sayings by Alan Jacobs

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Alan Jacobs quotes: Slow down. Make a point of revisiting passages that seem especially rich, or especially confusing, or for that matter especially offensive. Slow down. Make a point of revisiting passages that seem especially rich, or especially confusing, or for that matter especially offensive.
Alan Jacobs quotes: So the books are waiting. Of this you may be confident: they'll be ready when the whim strikes you. So the books are waiting. Of this you may be confident: they'll be ready when the whim strikes you.
Alan Jacobs quotes: And yet rereading a book can often be a more significant, dramatic, and, yes, new experience than encountering an unfamiliar work. And yet rereading a book can often be a more significant, dramatic, and, yes, new experience than encountering an unfamiliar work.
Alan Jacobs quotes: ... the blogosphere is the friend of information but the enemy of thought. ... the blogosphere is the friend of information but the enemy of thought.
Alan Jacobs quotes: You can reread not from love or hatred but from a sense, often inchoate, that there's more to this book than you have ben yet able to receive. You can reread not from love or hatred but from a sense, often inchoate, that there's more to this book than you have ben yet able to receive.
Alan Jacobs quotes: Our goal as adults is not to love all books alike, or as few as possible, but rather to love as widely and as well as our limited selves will Our goal as adults is not to love all books alike, or as few as possible, but rather to love as widely and as well as our limited selves will allow.