Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To read again or anew.
“I re-read this from time to time, and while it's still great, knowing what's coming dampens the impact.”
“Just looking at these two beside each other, I suddenly want to re-read the Wheel of Time, not A Song of Fire and Ice.”
“I've re-read it many times since and still think it is in a class of it's own.”
“Now, I have certain science fiction (and non-science-fiction) books that I cherish, that I read and re-read and re-re-read ... but while they enrich my life, I can't honestly say that they influenced it, except to encourage me to write better, and so they aren't included here.”
“This is another set of books I re-read occasionally.”
“Every other time you re-read the book you'll always have the knowledge of the first read through.”
“I've re-read Dune probably 5-6 times since the first time, and I'd just as happily read it again now if I had the time.”
“One reason I re-read this anthology and requested to review it was that it reminded me of a couple of key anthologies that I had as a kid that really gave me a good grounding in SF.”
“Generally, I re-read the script about 50 times before the shoot," he says.”
“Ursula Le Guin understands this perfectly (for an outstanding example, go re-read “The ones who walk away from Omelas”).”
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