Jul 30, 2022
In Music Forum
People are gone, the book is still there, I don't think I'm dusty, I can accompany you forever. Facing the centuries-old ancient books, calligrapher Jennifer Li was in awe. The old-fashioned scholarly fragrance, with its deep sense of "paper" and detached hand touch, is not comparable to today's composites. It is a pity that time flies too hastily, physical books will be eliminated and disappear, and the sense of scholarly paper will become a masterpiece after another generation. How good is the e-book, in the final analysis, it is only digital and empty. At the beginning, Jennifer was purely interested in repairing books. It was only because she was too affectionate that she did not dare to act rashly. She resolutely went to the telemarketing list UK to study art, in order to save three childhood loves; "Robinson Crusoe", "Tales from Shakespeare" and King Arthur and His Knights. I still remember that an antique bookseller saw her come all the way and gave her "One Thousand and One Nights", staying by her side all the time, and has not finished it yet. One Thousand and One Nights, just like Jennifer's future experience, from then on, there are endless stories to tell. "Books must be read..." With a hearty laughter, Jennifer is a person of temperament. She loves books, their appearance, and their connotations. Reading is an affectionate dialogue and silent communication with the author. When you read a book, you change with your mood. If you look in a mirror, you are also looking at yourself when you read a book. Reading, going back in time, and the culture of life in the old age are particularly fascinating to her. The plot probably doesn't need to be amazed, and it doesn't have to be life-and-death. Reading is a secret between you and the author. However, only talking about the wind and moon will not help, and saving the book requires practical skills and professionalism. When the book came to her eyes, Jennifer was like a diagnosis: repairing paper, sterilizing, removing acid, checking handwriting to avoid dissolving, etc.