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  • Sometimes my notes are questions for the author. Written in the margins of every page. They call to authors like Kierkegaard and O'brien, questioning thier logic.
  • Sometimes the annotations I see are questions for the author. Written in the margins of every page. They call to authors like Kierkegraad and O'Brien, questioning their logic.
  • Others I've seen are more pointless. I remember seeing one in a The Life of Emily Dickinson that read "Don't be a ninny". I tried to picture who wrote it.
  • Students leave different notes. Marking literary devices as required. Sometimes marking Irony 50 times.
  • Others Leave comments praising the author. Leaving check marks and and exclamation points
  • If you have managed to graduate college without having practiced recognizing conflicts like "Man vs. Nature". Perhaps you would begin practicing that.
  • We all at one time or another have annotated writings. Maybe just to show we didn't simply skim the book. We left a thought in the Margin
  • Even Irish monks left notes in the margins of the scripts they copied. Noting Birds or the sun in the window. They are not known for who they are, but the scripts they carried on into the future, years after they died.
  • You wont truly understand Joshua Reynolds writing, until you have read it with Blake's annotations
  • The note I read that stays with me like a locket was in a copy of Catcher in the Rye from the local library. I read it in my early high school years one hot summer.
  • On one page, there were a few greasy smears, and next to them written in pencil by someone I could tell was a beautiful girl I'd never meet. It read " Pardon the egg salad stains, but I,m in love."
  • I was in my parents living room reading. The single not made me feel so lonely, and newly aware of the rest of the world.
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