Solnit, Rebecca
July 2015
O, The Oprah Magazine;Jul2015, p77
The author reflects on the value of reading books as a means of escape. She cites her experience and passion about books, which took her to places and engaged in deeper conversation or friendships. The author also mentions several books she read and associates the feeling of walking into a bookstore or library into riding a train or an airplane.


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