A book is a device to ignite the imagination. —Alan Bennet

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A book is a device to ignite the imagination.

ALAN BENNET

playwright, screenwriter, actor and author

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Adelia from Florida AUGUST 1, 2017
Books are your gateway to adventure, romance, and knowledge.

md raja from delhi AUGUST 1, 2017
Most likely beautiful

RJ from Valley of the Sun ☀️  JULY 31, 2017
Go wherever your imagination takes you

Clara from Tanzania dar es salaam JULY 31, 2017
Nice quote

OD Sharma from New Delhi JULY 31, 2017
True


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