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Sometimes when I am taking notes, it looks like I was getting frustrated because i couldn`t understand the meaning behind the authors words. I got so frustrated that i have notes on every page! You could tell that authors like Kierkegaard or O`Brien just aggrivated me because I couldn`t understand the meaning behind their words.
When i had been angry for a while at the author, you would notice in my notes that i was making more dismissive notes than i was at the beginning of the story. At times i would stop in the middle of reading a page, marking the page with my finger, and try to visualize what I had been reading and what the scene that the characters are in would look like if I was really there.
Students needs to stop writing random words on the sides of the pages so they can get a good grade in class when they didn`t even read the paragraph. They will scribble on the side of the paragraph "Metaphor" or "Irony" tons of times all over the page without even reading the words and they will just use those words.
Or when you go to a sporting event and you are the only fans who show up and cheer on your team. With your hands cupping your mouth and yelling out cheers to your team so they have support to get them through the game. When writing on the sidelines, check all of your marks, asterisks, and exclamation points that fall down the sides of your books.
When you are finally able to graduate from college and yet you have never even the phrase "Man vs. Nature" in the margins of the stories that you have been forced to read over the years, you should take the time now and step forward and write down what you think that means in the margins of your book.
When you have used up all of the white space surrounding the pages of the story with all of your words and you aren't one of those kids that just sit in the chairs at home and just flip through the pages without marking anything down. We left our impression on each page that we marked something down on and let our feelings about the story be planted on each page.
It is said that until you read Joshua Reynolds untwisting his mad scribbles along side of the pages that he is reading.
The stories you hear about Irish monks writing along the boarders of the Gospels that they read along with the pain of copying, a bird was singing near the window, the sunlight streaming in the light up the pages of the book, mysterious men catching rides on things that will last longer than them as men.
Though the book that I think of most often, the one that hangs on me like a necklace, was a copy of Catcher in the Rye. I borrowed it from the local library, during the summer when it was slow and too hot to do anything outside. I was a freshman in high school then and reading was like sitting on my favorite sofa at home that just fit perfectly. I cannot tell people how emotional I was , my loneliness hit an all time high and it enhanced the world around me when I was reading.
You could see greasy finger print smears on the pages of the book. Next to the smears were words written in pencil with girl handwriting. I realized that I would never get the chance to meet the girl who left the words on the pages.
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