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I' m trying to explain what are the connotations of the following sentence. Please, feel free to help me,

The sentence is: "Reading makes me, a bigger, better, smarter version of myself."

By describing reading as something which makes him "bigger", the writer denotes how superior he became since he has been starting to read compared to when he did not. This metaphor demonstrates the importance of reading as the most powerful tool able to make him the best man he could be. The other two comparative adjectives "better and smarter" reinforces the idea of the improvements the writer had after starting to read.
does this sound natural?

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