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या पानाचे मुद्रितशोधन झालेले आहे

Charles Lamb (1775-1834) -
English essayist, Critic
■ He has left of reading altogether, to the great improvement of his originality.

William Penn (1644-1718) -
Religious leader, former of Pennsylvania
■ Much reading is an oppression of the mind and extinguishes the natural candle, which is the reason of so many senseless scholars in the world.

James Russell Lowell (1819-1891) -
American poet, editor
■ A reading machine, always wound up and going. He mastered whatever was not worth the knowing.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) -
American essayist, poet, philosopher
■ He is the good reader that makes the good book.

Douglas Jerrold {1803-1857) -
English playwright, humorist
■ Readers are of two sorts : one who carefully goes through a book and the other who as carefully lets the book go through him.

Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880) -
French novelist
■ Do not read, as children do, to amuse yourself or, like the ambitious, for institution. No, read in order to live.

Dr. Samuel Johnson {1709-1784) -
■ A man ought to read just as his inclination leads him; for what he read as a task will do him little good.

G. M. Trevelyan (1876-1961) -
British historian

■ Biration...has produced a vast population able to read but unable to distinguish what is worth reading.