Other comments are plain and have no meaning to them. I remember looking away from my book and tried to imagine what the person would look like, who write, "Don't be a ninny" on the side of a paragraph in The Life of Emily Dickinson
Sometimes my notes rage across the page. They are mad at the difficulty of writers like O'Brian or kieregaard.
Students only leave a little of their footprint on the sides of the pages. They write and scribble one word annotations next to the paragraphs
They also cheer from a distance, never truly supporting it. they put Check marks, asterisks, and exclamation points along the side of the page.
We write in the margins to show that we did not just read, we analyzed and put thoughts along the side to make an impression on the book itself,
College graduates need to take one step forward while analyzing text.
You have not read Joshua Reynolds until you have read him wrapped up in Blake's scribbling.
The Irish monks jotted along the boarder of gospel, and have it shown through the rest of time.
The book Catcher in the Rye was one of my favorite because of the way it lifted from my loneliness that was greatly deepened, with one single page.
I found a few greasy smudges on a page in that book. Written next to them in pencil, by an astonishing girl - I could tell - whom I would never meet said, "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I'm in love." And I could feel a deep connection with her.
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