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|We must recognize that the motives and forces behind racism are the Antichrist, |
denying that man is made in the divine image. Ernest Urban Trevor ... Revelation
1:3 KJV A real book is not one that we read, but one that reads us. W.H Auden ...
|God gave us both, andI believe we are expected to use them both to the fullest. ... |
Returning to the W. H. Auden observation in Chapter 1, “a real book is not one
that we read, but one that reads us,” reading the Bible like a history book is
|BOOK BOOK first book, only the good ones would do it. -Bertrand Russell A real |
book is not one that we read, but one that reads us. -W. H. Auden Read the best
books first, or you may not have a chance to read them at all. -Thoreau Sartor ...
|But it was also teaching—revealing to us the way we humans are, and the way |
we could be. What's easily ... The poet W. H. Auden once said, recalled at his
death in 1973: “A real book is not one that's read, but one that reads us.” This is a
|He was wont to say that if he had read as much as other men he should have |
known no more than other men. - Aubrey, John A real book is not one that we
read, but one that reads us. -Auden, W. H. Some books are undeservedly
|“A real book is not one that we read, but one that reads us.” —W. H. Auden Start a |
Book Club Many of us have tried to go beyond simply enjoying a book by finding
others who share the interest of literature. Book clubs can be wonderful and ...
|Robert Downs "The man who does not read good books has no advantage over |
the man who can't read them." --Mark Twain "A real book is not one that we read,
but one that reads us." --W. H. Auden "Books are not men and yet they stay alive
|“I find this an intelligent, open, and moving book whose author — possessing an |
unmistakably authentic and respectful voice — unfolds a narrative that ... W. H.
Auden once said, “A real book is not one that we read, but one that reads us.
|Whatever your own view, one thing is clear: in virtually all the stories in the Bible, |
God is the main character. (There is just one exception to this. ... As the poet
W. H. Auden said, 'A real book is not one that we read, but one that reads us.' A
|And however much we may read fiction for aesthetic enjoyment, we inevitably |
recognize that most, if not all such works, shed ... surely, I was aware of W.H.
Auden's clever comment that "a real book is not one that we read but one that