This is for English 3. Don't know what it is exactly just following teachers orders
Occasionally my notes are aggressive against the author, covering the borders of the page. Most of the comments are more dismissive than others. While reading, I came across "Don't be a ninny" and I silently laughed while imagining what the person looked like.
When I read some students notes they are more modest. Reading words such as "metaphor" or "irony" fifty times along the sides of the page. Others are more cheerful with their words. "absolutely!" "My man!" with checks and exclamation points flooding the sides.
For those students who made it through college without writing "Man vs. Nature", better start doing that now. I know that everyone has charged after the white sidelines just ready to prove they didn't just "blow through" the reading. We have all given our thought to the sideline notes and left an impression along the verge.
When the Irish monks were writing the gospels, on the sidelines they noted what they were feeling and the pain they went through to write the beautiful gospels. Their minds were put at ease knowing the impact that their notes could have in the future. And another note, you haven't read Joshua Reynolds until you've read Blake's nonsense
Come to think of it though, the one I think of most often is the one written in the Catcher in the Rye. I was sitting in my living room and there are no words to describe how I was effected by the poignant how the world in front of be was. And on that page I written in soft pencil by a girl whom I knew I would never meet, "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I am in love."
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