Ideal readers do not follow a story: they partake in it.
The ideal reader has no interest in the writings of Bret Easton Ellis.
Ideal readers cannot put their knowledge into words.
Upon closing the book, ideal readers feel that, had they not read it, the world would be poorer.
The ideal reader enjoys using a dictionary.
Reading a book from centuries ago, the ideal reader feels immortal.
Robinson Crusoe is not an ideal reader. He reads the Bible to find answers. An ideal reader reads to find questions.
Every book, good or bad, has its ideal reader.
Writing on the margins is a sign of the ideal reader.
Ideal readers never count their books.
Från "A Reader on Reading" av Alberto Manguel (och- detta är bara några exempel av många som räknas upp på vad som kännetecknar "an ideal reader")
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