I might listen again but more importantly I take away ideas that change my habits and get me excited.
John Locke - He really is but I haven't finished. The book is a review of aspects of creativity not a story. I listen in short bursts and it is a good thing since every two minutes, I hear another idea that keeps me occupied for a day.
I can't decide if I like his using different accents for historical figures or not. He is very good at it.
No, too rich, too powerful
Johnson's The Invention of Air is another gold mine
As good as any, better than most. Charming, intelligent, gentle, wide cast of a plot, superior language, psychology of characterization throughout
The whole thing is memorable. I'll point to Rex saying to Maureen," Did you think I didn't notice something was wrong?"
Life, timing, emphasis here, less there, voices of the gentle and the crude, the mature and the green
Do yourself a favor and listen attentively.
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