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posted on 04 Feb 2018

Transportive Reading for Underground Transportation by Adam Sternbergh

This article has been published in the New York Times. It begins:

When people talk about books, they often characterize either the genre (science fiction, romance) or the feeling the author strives to impart (a thriller is, presumably, thrilling). But there are, to my knowledge, only a handful of geographically specific kinds of reads. There’s the “beach read,” a phrase we all hear often come every summer season. There’s the notoriously disposable “airplane read.” And for getaways in the woods, you’ve got the “cottage” or “cabin read.” And that’s about it.

You can continue reading this article by clicking on this link to The New York Times