Welcome to Reader's World
The Muse Of Literature welcomes you to Reader's World.
about reader's world
Has reading transformed your life? If so, you'll feel comfortable here.
At Reader's World, reading is the name of the game and readers are king and queen. You'll find guidance and information about all sorts of subjects related to reading. Everything here is designed to make your reading experience richer, deeper, broader, and more enjoyable.
At Reader's World, The Muse Of Literature:
Your reading tastes may run to the serious or light-hearted, the poetic or prosaic, fiction or non-fiction, literary or kitsch; but at Reader's World, what you read is what counts.
tops & flops
At the Electricka's feature called Tops & Flops In The Arts, see lists of literary favorites and lists of other top-10s that have been submitted by visitors to Electricka's web site, including lists of their favorite writers and works of literature. There, visitors can also submit their own lists of favorites for other visitors to see at Electricka's web site.
Electricka's aids for readers
Electricka's Aids For Readers is a collection of features at Electricka's web site that can help you read better and with more ease. Have these aids handy "by your bed side" for easy reference the way you would a dictionary or encyclopedia. Use them while you are reading or at any other time.
The aids cited at Electricka's Aids For Readers treat the types of subjects that readers usually want to know more about in order to facilitate their reading. They cover a variety of subjects ranging from how to tell time aboard a ship (for readers trying to decipher novels or non-fiction works about the sea) to lists of painters and art periods (for helping readers make their way through historic novels or biographies of important painters).
The types of resources cited in Electricka's Aids For Writers range from lists of musical or Latin terms that can help readers understand the meaning or use of words they encounter when they read to biographies that help them appreciate the authors whose works they read.
additional resources for readers
Silly question? Of course not. Many of the answers to this question are obvious, but some may be more subtle than your think.
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