Compression: Matthew Fowler

“Compression is like the end of a road trip. All you have at the end of the drive is a few sentences to represent all those hours in the car. Yet, somehow, there’s always something from every trip that we learn about ourselves, which is what is so cool about compressed literature. That something we find of ourselves in any piece of literature is gained faster, becomes more tangible, and yet we can still lose ourselves in it just as much as reading or driving hours on end.” — Matthew Fowler

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