Marginalia English 3
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Notes made in the margin can become very ferocious, and are all over the place. If I could get my hands on some of these authors I would beat some logic into them. Some comments come off as more dismissive than others as well.
Students are more modest during the process leaving their markings more spread out. Only leaving the most simple markings such as "Irony" next to a stanza or "metaphor" by another. It can be fairly repetitive being outside of the paragraph 50 times
We all claim the margin as our own working space, and we take up the pen just to probe that we are not being lazy and just flipping through the pages. We put thought and work into what we are jotting notes on the side of the margin.
EVERYBODY DOES IT
Even Irish Monks wrote along the margin of their bibles along with copying down what they observed during their studies and rewriting of the gospel.
One that sticks to me very closely was written in the Cather in the Rye. I borrowed it from the library, a very boring hot summer when high school was just beginning. My loneliness was very deepened at that from how amplified the sense of sadness and regret was. I found one page written in a soft pencil next to greasy smears from a beautiful girl. "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I'm in love."
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