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  • Sometimes my notes sound angry with the authors choice of words, they indicate how frustrated I am with writes like Kierkegaard and O'Brien. My notes seem to speak "Why can't you just understand the text?"
  • Most students leave shorter notes based on what will happen later in the text, or cheering on their favorite character.
  • If you have not written a note in the white space you have never fully understood the text, but merely read over it
  • People for ages have written in the blank space of text; you don't honestly know a writer until you read over their scribbles.
  • The note I think of most often was written in a copy of Catcher in the Rye that I got from the library one summer. My loneliness was deepened and amplified with the note on one page.
  • On that page were a few greasy smears and next to them, a beautiful girl wrote: "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I'm in love".
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