Is there a book that you’ve read more than once? What is it and why did you revisit it?
Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann. I first read it in my twenties and then I re-read it in my forties. I wanted to know if it would be just as stunning to read a book that Thomas Mann wrote about life at all its stages, from early adulthood to old age, when he was only 25. I wanted to know it would hold up once I’d gone through some of those life experiences myself. And it did, and was possibly even more impressive upon rereading.