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  • You see, reading comes along with furious scribbling of thoughts. It has been said that Joshua Reynolds has not been accurately read until Blake's scrawl come with. Even Irish monks made such a priority, as truly en-wreathing oneself into the reading shows interest.
  • Some of the things people write within the margins, i don't understand. Phrases like "Don't be a ninny" or offhand comments such as "Nonsense. Sometimes, my notes are like people but show frustration. While it makes the text interesting, i wish i knew the context.
  • Students have the tenancy to only scrawl what they need. They resemble fans in empty bleachers, marking as little as possible, showing modesty with the few check marks, asterisks, and exclamation points that trickle along the margins.
  • Identifying important themes within the text is an important component of reading. It is a blessing, being able to plant an impression along the verge. Seizing the white perimeter only shows true value within the text . "Man vs. Nature" is a bare minimum to margin markers because it has been said one is not truly reading the book unless marked in.
  • My favorite scribble within any margin was in Catcher in the Rye. During this time, my loneliness peaked and the world seemed so vibrant before me. All i did during this summer, was read. While i did not mind it, it only made me feel worse about how poignant most things seemed to be.
  • This comment on this page was not just anything. It stuck out to me because i could tell it was written by a beautiful. While i knew i would never meet her, "Pardon the egg salad stains, but i'm in love." made made it so different from the rest. I was never able to tell if it was the greasy looking smears or the soft pencil, but this was my favorite.
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