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  • sometimes I can tell that the readers that came before me were angry and dissatisfied from their offhanded jabs and comments written in the margins.
  • other times, they write because they have to and leave only the bare minimum in short scrawls of "metaphor" or "irony"
  • the more enthusiastic readers make sure that their preferences are known. speaking with punctuation, all caps, and pointed remarks. demonstrating as if they are sitting in the stands of a sporting event.
  • If you have managed to get through college without recording your thoughts in a classic novel. It may be the perfect time to try.
  • because it is a way to participate in the stories we read, rather than confining ourselves to the role of a spectator in an old armchair.
  • even Irish monks took up the practice, and recorded their ideas inside of old gospels and books.
  • But the best example I can think of, is the writing of those who are immersed in the feelings of the books they have chosen.
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