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Sometimes my readings bore or confuse me which is shown in my scribbled notes on the margin of each page as I think what is the author blabbering about like a toddler - In other cases I am reading the words by other students who use the margin as their paper to criticize the Author as well.
While I read a book that have the feeling that I will have to write about I tend to give myself little footnotes or hints of what technique the author is using - While when I am reading for amusement or to pass the time I will show the author my applause with a few words scribbled on the margin.
As I speak to a peer he tells me that he has never jotted down a phrase that I thought could never be not written in the white border of a assigned reading - when I read a good book or article I am obligated to give my opinion to the white parchment space aside every block of black text.
I get when I am doing a long and tedious task I write about the pains or annoyance that I am given while I am concluding such a bore some task while being accompanied by the sounds and lights of the world - Though from what peers have told me I haven't read Joshua Reynolds, until I've read it with the scribbles of a previous class mate.
Yet the one comment on the white parchment border, the one that has always stayed with me from a copy of catcher in the rye written next to smears of an oily stain it said "Pardon the egg salad, but I'm in love"
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