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From: Sukatunkb@aol.com
Date: Mon Apr 10 2000 - 11:58:06 EDT

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    I've done this for some time with seniors in a college-bound class, but I do
    expect that they'll find out what others have said about the book and they
    are welcome to disagree as much as they like. I never assume that they will
    be able to enjoy the book thoroughly, although that often happens. Obviously
    switching them from totally plot-oriented story lines with lots of action
    requires some work. Also, they must prepare a handout for each student which
    contains a short plot summary, author info, comments about theme, etc. I
    encourage them to keep all these in a folder and retain for use later when
    they are in college and need a quick reference for themselves.



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