When the narrator says that the act of reading is a historic act, what does he mean?

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The act of reading means living that you've read it - it's irreversible. You cannot unread what you read thus a historic act. You carry what you've read and it's now a part of you. I think it is still true up to this day. 

yes

Explanation:

because historical

Some may be true and some may not.

Explanation:

For me, it means the act happen in the past for it is "historic act".

This answer is my opinion only.

No , Because Reading also as Important to us

It is an historic act

Because what ever happens to the physical material that you were reading, whether it gets burned, thrown or deleted, the thoughts that you read will retain in your mind. And even if you get old, if what you read is meaningful, you will still retain the thought of it.


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