Intellectual Vacuum leads to Neurosis of What it Takes to be a Classic
Call it the intellectual breakdown of the 21st century. It seems we live in an age where serious authors are shunned and their books burned. Obviously today's ignorant and stupid men and woman can't read a book that is just above their IQ level or perhaps one filled with words that they can't, won't understand. These people want a book to be filled with simple words for their simple minds, and if one is too much for them, well let's just say the words "must...destroy" come to their minds. Truly heart-breaking is to see modern-day novels such as Card's Ender's Game and Brown's The Da Vinci…
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- Intellectual Vacuum leads to Neurosis of What it Takes to be a Classic
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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