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Sometimes when I write notes along the margin you can see the anger in my words, how I'm annoyed at the author. Authors like Kierkegaard and O'Brien, my notes illistrated my confusion of their writing.
Sometimes when I write notes along the margin they can be more offhand. I remember one time when I was reading this book I saw along the margin "Don't be a ninny" and I got me think what that person would look like and why they said that.
Students are more prone to leave one word notes like "Irony" and "Metaphor".
Or Students illustrate their happiness and enthusiasm by using exclamation points or check marks down the page.
If someone went through their whole education and have never used "Man vs Nature", then that shows they never really understood the basics of making annotations in a piece of writing.
Everyone has at one point had the desire to make a note along the margin to show they understood what they were reading.
Even in the past Irish monks who were writing the scripts jotted down naotes along the boarders of the Gospel. They would make small remarks about what was happening around them and how they were annoyed and bored they were from copying their work over and over again.
You have not read Joshua Reynolds wrote correctly if you have not read a copy of his work that has tons of notes and annotations covering the margins.
The most memorable example of a note along the margin was when I was reading Catcher in the Rye when i was just beginning high school. I was reading in my parents' living room, and i was as bored as can be. But on one page new to a few greasy smears, there was a note from what appears to be a girl saying "Sorry for the stain, I got distracted."
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