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Unformatted text preview: in a book should be just as important and delicate as writing in one’s own journal. Adler also explains that Gone with the Wind is not the type of book to be marked up by a reader. By saying this, he makes it clear that this particular reading is too elementary for his own taste. After reading this it is evident that his points are based solely on his own opinion. The comparisons, similes, and examples he provides show how passionate he is about marking up a book. The reader can tell that he truly believes it is a necessity for reading. The strongest sentence Adler provides in this essay is “but your books are as much a part of you as your head or your heart.” It is an ideal ending sentence that proves just how committed he wants the reader to be with his book marking....
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- Spring '07
- English, Adler Professor M. Motew, Adler Professor M.