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Werner Herzog on Reading

Werner Herzog

"...people cannot read... Most are illiterates, even though they know how to combine letters and make phrases and so on. I say: Consuming the internet, TV, and even cinema makes you lose the world. Only by reading can you gain the world."

Werner Herzog, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter

Posted by Eliza Wood on 08 December, 2015 quote, reading, werner herzog | 0 comments
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