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Abbott Prefers Her Books Read Aloud: Boston Globe

Writing, Literature & Publishing Affiliated Faculty Alysia Abbott spoke with The Boston Globe about listening to books compared to reading books.

Abbott shared what books she’s recently enjoyed listening to, and will be teaching to her classes including Grace Talusan’s The Body Papers and Clint Smith’s How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America

I started listening to more audio books during the pandemic because I was walking so much. Also, I think some people are visual learners and some are aural learners. I’m someone who likes to listen. I also like to read out loud. I like when you can hear the rhythm of the language

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