read aloud vs. silently

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read aloud vs. silently

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1Dragonchick Första inlägget
aug 31, 2006, 1:21pm

I really think that David Sedaris' work should be read aloud for the ultimate effect. I've read his books and they are wonderful, but the story I loved the most was from 'Me Talk Pretty' when it was read aloud at an open-mike night.

2turbosaab
sep 1, 2006, 11:15am

I agree 100%, some of the nuances are lost on the page. I received the David Sedaris Box Set for Christmas last year and it is a great way to hear David and Amy tell the stories themselves.

3bookishbunny
okt 17, 2006, 4:50pm

My ex-husband would read him to me at bedtime. It was great. Something about a human voice with those human experiences just does it for me.

4roxainaboxa
nov 25, 2006, 2:02pm

I've only briefly heard David Sedaris reading his essays, and I've read all of his books silently. Maybe I'll have to get an audience so I can read them aloud and see what the hubub is about.

5earlgreyrooibos
jan 8, 2007, 2:55pm

I first got into Sedaris by reading Barrel Fever aloud in my Theory of Comedy class in college. I always find him much funnier that way.

6Whicker
jul 8, 2008, 8:16pm

Aloud is the way to go, most definitely. His live recordings are great as well. They are much better than the study versions as he interacts a bit with the audience. Great stuff.