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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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