Reading as a Vehicle for Wonder
Last week’s post considered poetry’s role in capturing wonder, and wonder’s role in the survival of the Anthropocene. So, I thought it might be useful to revisit the role of reading in general—how we read, and what reading does to us—to better cement the relationship between wonder and literature.
In his study of aesthetic experience, Peter …
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