About books

Mark Twain once observed that “A man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.” But what makes a book ‘good’? Is it its capacity to create a parallel reality that substitutes the reader’s real world? Is it the author’s capacity to create the text itself? Or is a good book the result of several elements that are skillfully combined to produce an enjoyable end result?

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