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Laura Furman

  • For the true bookworm it is sometimes hard to distinguish between what one has experienced and what one has read. We know that this is odd and even a little demented. But there it is. We are uneasy in a void with no book.

    • Laura Furman,
    • in Laura Furman and Elinore Standard, Bookworms: Great Writers and Readers Celebrate Reading ()
  • Reading is a socially acceptable form of hallucination.

    • Laura Furman,
    • in Laura Furman and Elinore Standard, Bookworms: Great Writers and Readers Celebrate Reading ()
  • It is a sign of intimacy to be able to read in the same room with another person, as trusting as dreaming with someone right beside you.

    • Laura Furman,
    • in Laura Furman and Elinore Standard, Bookworms: Great Writers and Readers Celebrate Reading ()

Laura Furman, U.S. writer

(1945)