How to read higher quality books

Sturgeon’s law is a philosophical aphorism that states that 90% of everything is crap. And, of course, you should take this with a grain of salt.

“All things — cars, books, cheeses, hairstyles, people and pins are, to the expert and discerning eye, crud, except for the acceptable tithe which we each happen to like.”

— From Theodore Sturgeon’s “On Hand: A Book” (published in Venture Science Fiction, September 1957, Vol. 1, №5, pp. 49–50)

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