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they're are some comments that make no sense to me. I am constantly imagining in my head what the character looks like, and why they wrote "don't be a ninny" next to a paragraph narrating the life of emily dickinson
trying to understand thenotes has caused me to go crazy. they're on every border on every page. if i could just have one chance to see kierkegaard, or Conor Cruise O'brien, it would make my life much easier
think of a cheering fan of crowds just like a students writing. leaving all kinds of punctuation mark along every margin
students are more humble now, always leaving their marks on the outside of every page. using figures of speech causing a sentiment of irony on every paragraph
you students who have graduated from college without ever writing "Man vs. Nature" on a paper, then you have truly taken a step forward
we all have are own margins, people think that every time we write we sit on an armchair just writing.
Even the irish monks expressed their pains and life experiences while they were writing. talking about bird signs that occur near their window, and other signs that they took notice of
they say that you havent truly read Joshua Reynolds novels untile you have truly understood the novel itself. but the book that really left a mark on me was Catcher in the rye, i remember borrowing it one hot summer right when i started high school. it was a slow depressing year for me until i found on one page where a girl had written "Pardon the egg salad stains, but i'm in love."
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