How would people respond to the statement, "You can't learn how to get along with people from reading a book?"
Clearly, different people would respond to the statement differently. That's simple enough. But that doesn't help you too much, does it? Therefore, let me expound on the limitations of the statement.
One can learn lots from reading books, and the better quality the book, the better the potential learning. Whether we're talking about non-fiction books on behavioural psychology or great literary works such as the ancient Greek tragedies, Shakespeare's plays, and just about everything in between, we can learn a great deal ...
A response to learning to get along with people from a book.