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Unformatted text preview: SG InClass 220 020910 Study Guide 220 020910 1. “Sackett (1995) stressed that reading benefits the reader because it ‘increases awareness of the reader’s own organismic experience’…” Reading can improve you as a person 2. “Rogers wrote about a person who is open to experience. ‘Instead of perceiving in predetermined categories…, the individual is aware of this existential moment as it is, thus being alive to many experiences which fall outside the usual categories’…” 3. The Stranger by Albert Camus “The book is set in Algeria, in the middle of an intensifying civil war (which is never mentioned)….It concerns the fate of a rather dull young man (Meursault) who gets caught up in a murder and is sentenced to death… Meursault is something of a Rorschach test for readers….” 4. “What is ‘strange’ about Meursault is that he seems to feel nothing. He doesn’t seem to think for himself or engage in reflection at all….He does not grieve the death of his mother. (‘Out of sight, out of himself or engage in reflection at all…....
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