The centenarian


At the Guardian, Stephen Marche extols the virtues of “centireading,” or reading a single book 100 times (though not always with that intention). Some of the points he makes are more persuasive than others.

Centireading reveals a pleasure peculiar to text lurking underneath story and language and even understanding. Part of the attraction of centireading is that it provides the physical activity of reading without the mental acuity usually required.

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