Posted by Smokey Stover on July 26, 2005
In Reply to: "There's more to the world than books you know, but not much more." posted by Smokey Stover on July 26, 2005
: : : : : Please tell me the meaning of this
: : : : : "There's more to the world than books you know, but not much more."
: : : : : Thanks
: : : : : Archana
: : : : I am looking foward to what Smokey Stover will post for this one!
: : : In an indirect way it means that reading enriches our lives, develops the imagination and our intellect.
: : : Reading is good for you, it enriches and makes one a better person.
: : That books are not quite all-important in this life: there are other things out there. (They come very close, but one can't live entirely through literature.)
: : OK, it's not Smokey Stover, but I am not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be...
: : DFG
: I think someone made a spelling error. It's V-I-C-T-O-R-I-A, not S-M-O-K-E-Y. She's better informed than Smokey, and better looking to boot. SS
Smokey meant to add that he thinks the original quotation was "There's more to life than books...." SS