Originally posted by Leo7
no, stick around! tell me about dinamic reading!
Sometime ago, I read pages one and two of the biggest of Jostein Gaarder (sp?) books. I had a phylosophy work to do on the whole book.
I started with something like:
"The book is profound and the story is touching. However, its torn in many fragments. Two of those are on the very start of the book, and get dissecated all along it..." and bla bla bla
Summarizing, I did a huge essay on two pages and two sentences picked from that, dissecated them and got a ten out of ten!
Thats dinamic reading part one.