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  • sometimes when I read a book I come across strongly opinionated writing from the readers. I find it interesting and engaging to read the conversations between the reader and the author.
  • When I was a student, I noticed that the writings in the margins tended to be more subtle and modest. Only a few words would be written, rather than a whole paragraph. This is probably due to the fact that students don't have the experience that graduates do.
  • People use the margins of a book to show that they are engaged, and interested in what the author has to say. The writing in the margins show that you're really there, and not just hazing through a book lifelessly.
  • Even we expressed our feelings in the margins of ancient scripts. Many of our writings lasted longer than us. Letting a vast amount of people read what we had to say.
  • Out of all the notes along all the books I've read, one has stood out from the rest. It was at a time when I was lonely, depressed, and in a dark place. But this one note, this one page made me think.
  • the note was written by a beautiful girl, one I'm sure I would never get to meet. It said "Pardon the egg salad stains, but i'm in love." Something so concrete and something so abstract all put together as one.
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