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Thinking back on my English classes, I felt very deprived after reading this book. I have graduated highschool and just started college and have not learned the things in this book already. This book has really helped me to become a better book reader. A better reader...period. I do feel that some of the parts were boring. The start of the third section of the book put me to sleep once, but I knew I was gaining knowledge so I kept with it. The authors' writing style takes some getting used to. There isn't a sentence in the book that isn't broken up with commas and semicolons and dashes. It's still a good book, and I am happy that I read it.
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Mortimer Jerome Adler (December 28, 1902 – June 28, 2001) was an American philosopher, educator, and popular author.
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