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RE: Chapter Seven
Posted by: gregb
When: 4/14/2004 4:30:35 PM
Greg Bing Chapter Seven In chapter seven the children are trying to familiarize themselves with inheritance law. The books they are reading to do so are long and tedious to read. As a result the children find them selves getting distracted by some more interesting, but less relevant passages within the book, Violet studied the passage about the women who left everything to her weasel, and Klaus read up on the nude production of Macbeth. I can easily connect this to my own experience. When I was taking a biology class here at the University of Delaware, I found the text book to be particularly dry and boring. When I needed to study from it I would find myself flipping through the pages just looking at the pictures for something that might seem more interesting.
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RE: RE: Chapter Seven
(by gregb on 4/14/2004 4:32:47 PM)