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Other comments don't have relevance "Nonsense." "Please!" "HA!!"- That kind of stuff I Remember looking up marking my spot and thinking Who would write "Don't be a ninny" on the edge of The Life of Emily Dickinson
There can be lots of notes opinions against the author across the borders of the paper in small writing If I could talk to the writer Kierkegaard, or Conor Cruise O'Brien, I would make you understand
Or they are witting opinions written down the sides "Absolutely",they write to Duns Scotus and James Baldwin. "yes.""Bull's-eye.""My man!" Check marks, asterisks, and exclamation points all the way down the page
Students are more simple only leaving what they need along the edge Some writing "metaphor" next a stanza in Eliot's Others mark "Irony" Many times down a normal writting
We have all written in the margins Used are pens to show we know what we are reading we were focused in what we read We wrote what thought on the edge put are impressions in the margin
If you graduate. Without doing "man vs. Nature" Down the side of your paper Maybe its time you focas more to your reading
Even monks in their rooms wrote in the margins of the bible not caring about the annoyance of copying They wrote of Birds The sunlight that came in their room Men who pushed new ideas A ship into the future
You haven't read Joshua Reynolds, people say, until you have seen the marks he makes down the paper
The one I think the most about the special one It was in catcher in the rye I borrowed from the library One summer day I was just starting high school Reading books on my couch in my living room And I can't explain how lonely I felt How big the world is When i saw on one page
A few small smears and nexrt to them written by a pretty girl, I could tell, who I would never see- "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I'm in love." -Billy Collins
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