Sorry, wrong literary allusion. Call me strange, then. I absolutely love to read. For me it's pretty much the most fun I can have with my clothes on. Although I know it annoys my friends, I often toss out some random quote or an obscure phrase in the middle of a conversation. One of the genres I love to read include books of quotations, and recently I've been reading Cohen and Major's History of Quotations, a collection that organizes its contents chronologically. There's one passage that took my breath away because it captures what I'm trying to do with the Handbook.
Quote of the day: