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  • Sometimes my annotations alongside writings can be filled with rage, contempt, and hatred towards a piece or author. especially if I don't understand.
  • In the classroom however, I tend to be more reserved about annotating. Oftentimes only using brief annotations to highlight things important to my schooling. (marking metaphors, irony etc.)
  • I vividly remember trying to think of what the person who was mocking Emily Dickinson might look like.
  • YES! Absolutely!
  • Sometimes I am so excited about something I'm reading, that my annotations act almost as fans cheering in the stands of a stadium.
  • I know that almost everyone has annotated in the white margins of the paper.
  • Even if they just picked up a pen to show that they weren't disengaged while reading.
  • I have been taught that throughout history, books and writings oftentimes create an impact that is more lasting than the people who wrote them.
  • And It's become quite clear to me that you haven't read Reynolds, until you have read Blake's annotations alongside his work. They help to clarify and provide a deeper meaning to the writing.
  • The book that I think about all the time is The Catcher in the Rye.
  • I read it one summer, and not only fell in love with the book, but I also fell in love with a girl who had annotated the book.
  • I could tell that this girl was beautiful, when she wrote softly in the book to explain that she was intrigued by the story.
  • She asked me if I could forgive the egg salad stains on the pages, because she loved the book so much, that she couldn't put it down.
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