A windbreak (Windfang) is a room that you enter first as a guest. It separates the cozy interior of the house from the harsh environment. It is a sluice between one’s own world and the outside and protects us.
Books and texts reflect the world outside, but they are not reality. They merely describe it. Many authors – including very famous ones – never got to see the settings of their descriptions. That hasn’t stopped them from often describing the world vividly enough to capture our imagination. We don’t need AI to write our texts. We can do it better ourselves. For you, as well.