What would Saul Bellow have thought of the eReader? Following is an excerpt from his The Adventures of Augie March:
And I lay down and finished the Five-Foot Shelf Einhorn had given me, the fire and water-spotted books I had kept in the original box. They had a somewhat choky smell. So if Ulysses went down to hell or there were conflagrations in Rome or London or men and women lusted as they did in St. Paul, I could breathe an odor that supplemented the reading.
Question: what does reading smell like? What does it feel like? What does it look like? What does it sound like?