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Intelligent Reading
THERE is too much scatter-brain reading by both men and women. One sees them reading newspapers and magazines assiduously, but when one enters into conversation with them, it would seem they had digested little of what they had read. We rise from our newspapers and magazines with our appetite for news satisfied, hut with no perception of the sequence of events or our relation to them. We scatter abroad disconnected comments and opinions, thus passing on our topsy-turvy way of thinking to others....
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Title: Intelligent Reading
Creator: Helen Keller (author)
Date: July 1933
Format: Article
Publication: Home Magazine
Source: Towson University
Location: vol.8, no.1, p.6
Keywords: Education; Helen Keller; Identity; Media; Sensory Disability; Women; Women & Gender
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts