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am 23. März 2017
This book helps me keeping in mind what a reader is looking for when reading a text.
Indirectly, it also advises authors.
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am 7. September 2015
I read about it in Jed Mckennas book and decided to buy it. It was worth every penny, learned lots!
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am 14. Januar 2015
Why?
If you love to read and believe in the potential of books as a meaning to learn, to enjoy and to acheive a higher understanding, this book is made for you.
Written in a very understandable and clear way, it can seem a lot to start (380 pages on reading??), but provides a clear support for all the following reads that you want/have (studies) to do.
I would strongly recommend this book to be teached in high school, as it permitted to understand for the first time, how and why analyzing books is important.
Definitely a life-changing book!

Just buy it, no regrets!
Enjoy reading!
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am 12. Januar 2017
Man lernt die Bücher auf verschiedenste Aspekte hin zu prüfen und den Dialog zwischen Leser und Autor zu verstärken. Empfehlenswert.
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am 13. September 2013
like it. come on. what else can I say to fill all 20 letters? Oh no. it requires 20 words? anyway. done
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am 29. Mai 1996
From the back cover--

Originally published in 1940, has become a rare phenomenon, a living classic. It is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader. And now it has been completely rewritten and updated.

You are told about the various levels of reading and how to achieve them--from elementary reading, through systematic skimming and inspectional reading, to speed reading. You learn how to pigeonhole a book, X-ray it, extract the author's message, criticize. You are taught the different reading techniques for reading practical books, imaginative literature, plays, poetry, history, science and mathmatics, philosophy and social science.

Finally, the authors offer a recommended reading list and supplu reading tests whereby you can measure your own progress in reading skills, comprehension and speed.
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am 20. März 1997
I have had the great fortune to be able to read this master
work again in its 1972 reprint. I am undergoing rehabilitation because of brainstem dysregulation. I used to read anywhere from 500-1500 pages a week, mostly technical. At this point in time, I can't do "consume" that many pages, but what I do consume is better understood and retained. There is another disabled catagory that despirately needs to use this book despite its age. That is the semi-literate created by many schools and are lucky to have a grade school level reading ability (understanding and comprehension). This work of Adler's not only helps you with proper reading and evaluation skills, but contains many pearls of wisdom applicable to all and many professions. It is not a book to avoid!
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am 8. Januar 2000
If you want to learn how to read well, this is a good start. You might think it's absurd for a literate person not to be able to read well, but this book is filled with insights that, although they are all common sense, they are the type of common sense we tend to overlook. If you think many books are too difficult for you, this book will explain that that is exactly why you must read it. If you want to learn how to form your own opinions on important works of literature in any field, this book teaches you the art of critique. However, I applaud this book not only because it is good instruction for those who want to become better readers. It also explains *why* we must become better readers. The person who wants to read for "understanding," and not just "knowledge" or "enjoyment," will appreciate this book.
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am 19. April 2000
how to read "how to read a book": flip to chapter 21 entitled "reading and the growth of the mind." written in simple yet elegant english, it is perhaps the single best essay on what makes certain books great and why (and how) we should read them. magnificent stuff for all readers, young and old alike.
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am 15. September 1998
The first question this book asks, "is why are you reading?" As a teacher of reading, I get all sorts of answers to this question, usually "cuz I hafta". This book teaches one to narrow the answer a bit and then focuses on teaching one to read to a purpose. The reading list is okay for someone who has the time, but the most important thing is to get through the stuff we read "cuz we hafta". This book is indispensable to such readers.
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