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Why This Book Matters:
How to Read Literature Like a Professor teaches readers how to use the obvious story to find the underlying meaning.
The Big Takeaways:
- Symbolism, recollection, and repetition all play a part in creating a memorable story.
- If An avid reader will keep their eyes peeled for the moments that mean something a little more while reading a story.
- An adventure is under the surface of many stories,
- Though a story may not be an apparent journey, there are many lessons to be learned through everyday stories with extraordinary meaning.
- Stories are retold in part, time and time again.
- Ideas and themes will always be repeated throughout books.
- Where a story takes place influences how we see the events of a story.
- The setting of a story dictates some of how you feel about the story. Where a story takes place often holds a lot of weight regarding its meaning.
- Irony is a literary tool that changes the boundaries of what you once knew.
- Realizing irony in a story is one of the final methods to truly understanding literature.
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