For some reason, there's a word limit so this had to be divided into two posts.
Also, the book itself is not that long. It's only 30,000 words which is less than the normal novel length. We started this book club back in late May, so we've adapted ourselves to the demands of reading theory which means we've been practicing reading for awhile now. That and because we all get along as friends, we have high enthusiasm united together with a passion for learning. Reading "fast" depends on how familiar you are with the field and language, prior practice, quality of the book, length of book, and your motivation/enthusiasm. We've been wanting to read Debord for a long time now so we're all excited to do so.http://library.lol/main/B661EBD67B69CC2992E3C775CCF42AA2
One of the members of the club told me "How to Read a Book" by Adler & Van Doren helped him when he hasn't read many books. And there's a new reading group that's going to start next week with Principles of Communism by Engels >>597
Check it out if you're interested
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