Neil Gaiman's nonfiction: what makes everything so great


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The View from the Cheap Seats, Neil Gaiman’s mammoth collection of nonfiction essays, introductions, and speeches, is a remarkable explanatory volume in which Gaiman explains not just why he loves the things he loves, but also what makes them great.


when toward the end it says “I find it easy to explain why you’ll like something. On my best days, with a lot of work, I can also tell you why you’ll like it.” that seems like maybe not what was meant there ?


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