Letters to the Editor: Elon Musk runs Twitter. You don’t like that. So ignore Twitter and go read a book. And then read a book about books. And go read a book about books. And then read a book about books about books. And then read a book about books about books. And then read a book about books about books.
This is a book of books. A book of books about books. Because the truth is you can read one every day. Even if you have to go through four of them in a row.
The good book is like a garden. In the garden, there are flowers, weeds, and leaves that have to fall off, one by one. That’s the way it is with a library.
So you can read this novel about a garden for a garden. That’s a novel about a library for a library. The novel is called The Tale of Genji. It’s in its 13th edition. It’s a masterpiece.
It’s an epic that is still on the reading list of many a serious scholar, or serious bookworm. It’s been translated into almost every language on the planet. It’s been read in prisons. It’s been quoted by millions. It’s been studied for its poetry and its language. It’s been studied for its wisdom and its wisdom for its poetry.
It is still read by people who read books, but never in the traditional sense. The traditional way to read a book is to turn the pages, to turn the pages, to turn the pages, to turn the pages.
This is a great story about a king called Ise, who was killed by two assassins in his palace.
The assassins said the king had a secret. A secret, that the king had sent word that he wasn’t going to get up again.
The king said, “You’re not going to tell me that?”
The guys said, “Well, it’s a secret.”
The king says, “I’ve kept my word.” So he got up again. He went to his favorite spot in the garden. And he sat on the grass in the warm sun and read a book called The Tale of Genji.
And after he sat there awhile, Genji said to