Manguel’s lifelong dedication to reading plays itself out in a work that follows reading from clay tablets to present day.
Books by Alberto Manguel
A series of meandering essays on the subject of the library.
A slim volume, with Manguel’s youthful memories of evenings spent reading to Borges in his home in Buenos Aires.
Manguel—author of A History of Reading—turns his eye to how we “read” art. A welcome correlative to Berger’s Ways of Seeing.
A series of essays from the author of A History of Reading that explores the reader’s perspective.